Thursday, December 13, 2007

Offensive Line Coach Andy Moeller arrested following suspected OWI accident

Assistant Coach Andy Moeller was arrested Saturday, December 8, 2007, following a car collision. Police suspected that Moeller was Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) while involved in the car crash but Moeller refused to submit to the Preliminary Breath Test (P.B.T.) offered by the police. Moeller was then placed under arrest and taken to the University of Michigan Hospital where his blood was drawn (presumably after a search warrant was obtained) and the blood draw results are currently pending. Moeller is currently in his eighth year on the Michigan staff. He has coached the offensive line for the past six seasons after having spent his first two years coaching the tight ends/tackles. Also, he played four years for Michigan from 1983-86 and is the son of former Wolverine head coach Gary Moeller. Go Blue!

UPDATE: Andy Moeller resolved the civil infraction case of Refusing a P.B.T. by paying a $185 fine at the Ann Arbor District Court.


At 2:13 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'll forever remember Andy Moeller for recovering a Mark Vlasic fumble vs. Iowa in 1986 in the dejavu game in Ann Arbor which Michigan won.

I sure wish he wouldn't have made this bonehead move.

At 11:18 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think he did the University a great disservice by not allowing the police to do a sobriety test. Is this the kind of person Michigan wants to be a role model for its student athletes. ?


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