Greg Moss joined the FSU staff as a defensive analyst in February of 2022. He brought nine years of collegiate coaching experience and seven seasons as a high school coach.
He most recently was defensive backs coach at Charleston Southern for three seasons and added special teams coordinator duties for the 2021 campaign. In his first season at Charleston Southern, the Buccaneers grabbed 14 interceptions and had the No. 21 pass defense in FCS. Evan Cruz broke the single-season program record with 14 pass breakups, and Cody Cline was named first-team all-conference and the conference’s Defensive Freshman of the Year. Cline continued his development and was named a Sophomore All-American and first-team all-conference after the spring 2021 season. Prior to CSU, Moss was defensive coordinator at Miami Carol City High School for two seasons. He also has experience coaching at Nova High School in Davie and Miramar High School.
Moss spent five seasons on staff at FIU, his alma mater, serving as secondary coach in 2015 and 2016 after three years as a quality control coach. He was a defensive team captain and voted FIU’s Special Teams Player of the Year in 2003 after breaking numerous kickoff and punt return records. Following his collegiate career, Moss played four seasons in the CFL. He played in the 2007 Grey Cup as a member of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and was named the Ottawa Renegades’ Rookie of the Year in 2005.
He was a Dean’s List honoree in the classroom and earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education and sports management from FIU in 2005 and completed his master’s degree in sports administration from St. Thomas University in 2013. Moss and his wife, Shaun, have three daughters, Sai, Taylor and Kyndall.