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Perry Moss (born August 4, 1926) in Tulsa, Oklahoma was an American college football head coach and former football player. Moss played tailback at the University of Tulsa and quarterback at Illinois during the 1940s. As a Tulsa tailback, he was on the Orange Bowl team that beat Georgia Tech, 26-12 in the 1945 Orange Bowl and later as an Illinois T-quarterback, he directed a Rose Bowl team which routed UCLA, 45-14, in 1947. Moss served two years in the United States Air Force between his playing time at Tulsa and Illinois. At Illinois, he was named to All-Big Ten and All-American teams. He was drafted in 1948 by theGreen Bay Packers in the 13th round (111th pick overall) and played at the professional level for one year before returning to Illinois as an assistant.

Moss served as head baseball coach and backfield coach at the University of Miami in 1955 and University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1958. In 1959, he was named as the head football coach and Athletic Director at Florida State, and compiled a 4-6 record and later at Marshall in 1968 where he compiled an 0-9-1 record before resigning in the wake of NCAA recruiting violations. From 1960 through 1962 he was head coach of the Montreal Alouettes in the Canadian Football League. In the mid-1960s and again in the early 1980s he coached the West Virginia Rockets of the semi-pro American Football Association. In 1991 he was named as first coach of the Orlando Predators of the Arena Football League and compiled a record of 59-25 before leaving the team in 1997.

Perry Moss a member of the Florida Sports Hall of Fame.

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