Q & A With Linebacker Stanley Andre
Sept. 12, 2013
Recently, UMass Athletics caught up with linebacker Stanley Andre to discuss life on and off the football field. The redshirt junior shared his thoughts on working with the coaches, his personal development, and what it's like to play for the Minutemen.What was it like making the decision to play football at UMass?
"It was a very warming decision for me. I am a local guy from the state of Massachusetts and I always wanted to support my state and play for the Minutemen. When I was offered the chance the represent Massachusetts and play the sport I love, I couldn't turn that down."
Tell me a little bit about your position coach, Phil Elmassian...
How do you see yourself as a person and a player?
What is something about you that fans do not know?
If you could be a contestant on any game show, what would it be?
Who would be your "phone a friend" if you were a contest on the show?
"[Teammates] John Robinson-Woodgett or Ed Saint-Vil. The are both pretty knowledgeable guys."
If you didn't play football what sport would you play?
How have you grown as a person during your time at the University of Massachusetts?
What is the best piece of advice you have ever been given?
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