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Reggie Moore
Reggie Moore

Position:
Offensive Graduate Assistant

Reggie Moore joins the UW football staff this season as an offensive graduate assistant coach. Moore earned four letters as a wide receiver under coach Terry Donahue at UCLA, completing his college career in the 1990 season. He went on to spend two seasons with the New York Jets and another with the Rams. While at UCLA, Moore was on the winning team in three different bowl games and won the team’s outstanding senior and senior scholarship awards in 1990. In 1988, his sophomore year, Moore had what was likely the biggest game of his career at Husky Stadium, catching a game-winning, 48-yard TD pass from Troy Aikman in the final two minutes of the game, giving the second-ranked Bruins a 24-17 win over No. 17 Washington. Moore still ranks No. 14 on both the Bruins’ career receptions and receiving yards lists with 92 career catches for 1,483 career yards. In 1990, he led the Bruins with 40 receptions and 643 yards. Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Moore attended Madison High School before moving on to UCLA. He earned a degree in history in 1991. After his time in the NFL, he served seven years as a paramedic in the Houston fire department. He also coached at his high school alma mater for four seasons. Moore, 35, is the son of longtime Houston Oilers cornerback Zeke Moore.

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