Charles Moss, an assistant coach at West Texas A&M University, has been named the new football coach at Texas College, Dr. Dwight J. Fennell, TC president, announced on Monday.
A formal news conference announcing Moss as the coach will be held at 11 a.m. Friday in The Connector on the Texas College campus. The event is open to the public.
Moss has been coaching linebackers at West Texas A&M.
The Dallas native attended the University of New Mexico where he earned his bachelor’s degree in criminology and a master's degree in special education.
Moss was a standout linebacker for the Lobos earning honorable mention all-conference honors as a junior and led the team in tackles as a senior (2002). Moss was a Mountain West Conference first-team selection as a senior and helped lead his team to the Las Vegas Bowl that year against UCLA.
Following graduation, Moss served as a student assistant for the Lobos and has worked as a position coach on both sides of the ball at the high school level in New Mexico and Texas.
Most recently, he served as head football coach at North Dallas High School for three seasons. He is married to his wife Regina and they have two children, Charles Moss III and Madison Moss.
Moss will replace Gregory Ruffin, who served two years as head coach of the Steers.