Wayne Moses Named Running Backs Coach
Feb. 27, 2002
Wayne Moses, a 24-year veteran of the coaching ranks, today was named running backs coach at Stanford University, head coach Buddy Teevens announced.
Moses, who coached running backs at USC last season, has spent the past 12 years coaching running backs in the Pacific-10 Conference at four schools, including UCLA, Cal, Washington and USC.
'Wayne Moses completes what I believe to be an excellent staff at Stanford,' said Teevens. 'He brings with him experience coaching running backs and experience in the Pacific-10 Conference. We're very fortunate to have Wayne join our staff.'
A 1977 graduate of the University of Washington, Moses' hire completes Teevens first staff at Stanford. Teevens was named the Cardinal's head coach on January 9, 2002.
Moses spent the 2001 season with the Trojans after a four-year stint at Washington (1997-2000). He coached running backs at Cal in 1996 and at UCLA from 1990-95.
Moses (born January 11, 1955) began his coaching career in 1978 as a graduate assistant at Cal State Fullerton. He then went to Chaffey Junior College to coach running backs in 1979. He was an assistant defensive backs coach at North Carolina State in 1980 before moving on to Bowling Green, where he again coached running backs from 1981-83.
From there, Moses coached running backs at Rutgers in 1984-85 and at San Diego State from 1986-88. He was the wide receivers coach at New Mexico in 1989 before landing the running backs job at UCLA in '90.
Moses was a four-year letterwinner at Washington and a starting cornerback his final two seasons (1976-77)
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