Veteran Coach Wayne Moses Joins UH Football Staff
"Wayne is a tremendous football coach who comes to us with a wealth of experience at both the college and professional levels," Chow said. "We're awfully fortunate to have him join our staff. I've known Wayne since our USC and UCLA days and he's as loyal and hard-working coach you'll find and who will only make our staff better."
Chow and Moses coached together at USC under Peter Caroll in 2001 and UCLA under Rick Neuheisal from 2008-10. Chow was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach while Moses coached the running backs on Carroll's inaugural staff. Moses' coaching career stretches four decades at both the college and professional levels. He's been a part of 13 bowl teams at 14 different schools and has coached at five different Pac-12 institutions, including multiple stops at UCLA (1990-95 and 2008-11) and Stanford (2002-03 and '05). A total of 33 of his 35 years of coaching has been spent at the college level, including 19 years at Pac-12 schools.
In addition to Carroll and Neuheisel, Moses has worked with other notable head coaches including Terry Donahue, Steve Marriucci, Jim Lambright, and Walt Harris.
Moses has spent the majority of his career mentoring running backs. In his only stop in the NFL with the St. Louis Rams, he coached Steven Jackson to back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons and his first Pro Bowl appearance in 2006.
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