Bill Moos was appointed the Director of Athletics for the University of Nebraska in October 2017.
Moos spent the previous seven years at Washington State University (WSU). While at WSU, Moos secured a 10-year, $35 million marketing rights agreement with IMG. He led a $130 million revamp of WSU’s football stadium and helped the Pac-12 secure the conference’s 12-year, $3 billion television contract with Fox and ESPN.
Before Washington State, Moos was Director of Athletics at the University of Oregon from 1995 to 2007. In that position, the annual budget for the Ducks rose from $18.5 million in his first year to more than $40 million. During that period, Oregon won 13 Pac-10 championships. There was also a major expansion in seating at Autzen Stadium, featuring the addition of luxury suites. The head football coach during the entirety of Moos’ tenure, Mike Bellotti, is the winningest in UO history with 116 wins and 55 losses. Bellotti was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 2014.
From 1990 to 1995, Moos served as the Athletic Director for the University of Montana. Under his tenure, the Grizzlies football team won a Division I-AA (now FCS) national title. His career in college sports administration began in 1982 as Assistant Athletic Director at Washington State University. He also served and also was the school’s Associate Director.
A graduate of Washington State University, Moos is married with five grown children.