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Nebraska Makes Surprising Hire In Selecting Washington State's Bill Moos As New AD

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 16 / 17

Nebraska yesterday introduced Washington State AD Bill Moos, the "dean of Pac-12 athletic directors," as its new AD, replacing the fired Shawn Eichorst, according to Rich Kaipust of the OMAHA WORLD-HERALD. Moos had served as WSU AD since '10. Moos said that he "connected with Nebraska leadershi...

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