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Joe Moos Named New Richland Football Coach

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Joe Moos has been hired as the new head football coach at Richland.

The hiring was confirmed by Richland Assistant Principal Micah Landers.

"We will officially have Coach Moos on campus next Monday," Landers said.

He becomes the third coach for Richland since the start of last year, and the sixth coach since the 2009 season.

Richland is coming off a 0-10 season and is 5-45 during those six seasons.

The last winning record for Richland was in 2007 when they posted a 6-5 record.

Moos replaces Lanny Rich who was named the interim coach in week six of the 2013 season after Jason Busby resigned after week five citing loyal and trust issues.

Busby then went to coach wide receivers at Giles County as the Bobcats went on to play for the Class 4A state title.

Moos coached last season at Lincoln County under coach Don Thomas whom he worked with at Marshall County earlier in his career.

This will be Moos' second head coaching job as he was the head coach at Forrest in 2012 as he took the Rockets to the playoffs and a 6-5 record.

Currently there are open head football coaching positions at Hickman County, Hixson, Whitwell, Middle Tennessee Christian, Clay County, Bolivar, Fairley, Clarksville Northwest, Ezell Harding, Red Bank, Bearden, Perry County, Clarksville, Unicoi County, Nashville Overton, Marion County, Chattanooga Central, Jackson Christian, Moore County and Knoxville Central.

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