Coach Greg Mose calls it quits after one year at Southern Wells

Greg Mose confirmed to Outside the Huddle on Tuesday afternoon that he has stepped down as head coach of the Southern Wells football coach.

“At the end of the day I felt that the best thing to do for my future as a football coach was to step down, along with being the best decision for the future of Southern Wells football,” Mose said.

Mose coached the Raiders for just one season, finishing 1-9 in 2018. After a 42-0 shutout of Fremont to open the year, Southern Wells lost nine straight, including a 25-14 sectional defeat at Fremont.

It was the second straight 1-9 campaign, with the program finishing with just one win in Steve Yencer’s final season in 2017.

Mose said on Tuesday that he looks forward to other coaching opportunities.

“I plan on enjoying teaching at Southern Wells for the rest of the year and we will see where it goes from there,” Mose said. “I definitely plan on coaching in the future.”

The Raiders program has struggled with numbers in the past few seasons. It has accumulated just three victories in the last three seasons and has zero wins in the Allen County Athletic Conference since returning to the league in 2016.



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