Nacogdoches, TX – Jeremy Moses, the 2010 Walter Payton Award winner, has said his former high school coach helped instill a coach's mentality in him.
Now Moses will be reunited with Dick Olin at Stephen F. Austin.
Olin is expected to join the Southland Conference program as offensive coordinator under head coach J.C. Harper. Moses is returning a graduate assistant to work with the offense.
Olin is known for developing quarterbacks for the Division I level. He was head coach at Robert E. Lee High School in Baytown, Texas, for 17 years - going 106-78 with 11 playoff appearances - working with, among many players, Moses. Olin guided the program at Lewisville the last three years, going 7-23 and failing to make the playoffs.
In Moses' senior season at SFA, Moses won the Walter Payton Award (sponsored by Fathead.com) as the outstanding player in the Football Championship Subdivision.
This past season, Moses worked with the quarterbacks at the University of North Alabama under head coach Terry Bowden, who last month took over the program at the University of Akron.
Stephen F. Austin, which won Southland titles in 2009 and 2010, finished 6-5 this past season.