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Aggies offensive line coach leaves for OC job

Jason Groves
Las Cruces Sun-News
Andy Richman has left the New Mexico State football program for the offensive coordinator position at Eastern Kentucky.

LAS CRUCES - The New Mexico State football team will be seeking a new offensive line coach. 

NM State athletics confirmed on Wednesday that Andy Richman has left the Aggies after five seasons to become the offensive coordinator at Eastern Kentucky, a FCS program where Richman was a graduate assistant. 

Richman will join first-year head coach Walt Wells, who preceded Richman as the Aggies offensive line coach. 

Richman was the highest paid assistant coach on Doug Martin's coaching staff in 2019 with a salary of $107,500 as the offensive line and run game coordinator, according to the USA Today database. 

Aggies defensive back enters transfer portal

NM State defensive back Komotay Koffie announced Wednesday via Twitter that he will graduate in May and enter the transfer portal as a graduate transfer with one year left to play. 

Koffie played in two games in 2019 and 18 games total at cornerback with 33 tackles since coming to NM State from North Dakota College of Science in 2017.

Koffie is the second Aggies player this offseason to join the transfer portal as running back Josh Foley has also left the program

Sports Editor Jason Groves can be reached at jgroves@lcsun-news or 575-541-5459. Follow him on Twitter @jpgroves. For more NM State athletics coverage, be sure to subscribe.