Joe Moorhead


Steele Wasel building a strong relationship with Joe Moorhead

Arlington, Texas – Junior Steele Wasel was one of the most impressive quarterbacks Saturday at the Underclassman Report 5STEP QB Academy. The 6-foot-4, 210-pound signal caller burst onto the radar following a standout sophomore season. Wasel totaled over 3,300 yards and 33 touchdowns leading Choctaw (9-4) to the 6A-II State Championship game.

Former Central Catholic LB Tim Terry Jr. Excited to Join Joe Moorhead and Akron

New Akron football coach and Western Pennsylvania native Joe Moorhead has been active in bringing players with ties to the Pittsburgh area with him to the Zips program. This week, Moorhead has added three transfers, former East Allegheny and West Virginia tight end T.J. Banks, former Pitt wide receiver Shocky Jacques-Louis and former Central Catholic and Buffalo linebacker Tim Terry Jr.

Zips AD Discusses Pandemic Challenges, Hiring of Coach Joe Moorhead Featured

The Zips football team needed to make a big splash with a coaching hire, and many signs point to Joe Moorhead being that shot in the arm. Charles Guthrie is the athletic director at the University of Akron, and he joined the Ray Horner Morning Show to talk about this hire and look at the football team overall. Guthrie also discussed how his athletic department has handled the challenges during the pandemic and how they continue to move forward.

Joe Moorhead on health emergency: 'I was wondering if I was going to die'

Joe Moorhead wondered if he would die. That's how serious Oregon's offensive coordinator's health emergency was back in September. Moorhead was unable to coach in the team's loss at Stanford on Oct. 2, remained in the Bay Area for several days after, and then spent the next few weeks in and out of the office as he recovered from what up until this week has been a mysterious emergency.

‘I was wondering if I was going to die’: Joe Moorhead went from preparing Oregon Ducks to play Stanford to having surgery for ruptured diverticulitis

SAN ANTONIO — Joe Moorhead was going through his ritual of preparation the night before a game when he began feeling stomach pain. It was Oct. 1, the night before Oregon was to play Stanford, when the Ducks’ offensive coordinator attempted to sleep off what he didn’t know at the time was an extremely serious health problem. Moorhead woke up the morning of Oct. 2 in “absolutely debilitating” pain. He showered and got dressed for Oregon’s staff meeting, but stopped to visit UO head athletic trainer Kevin Steil and Dr. Craig Davidson, who sent him to the emergency room at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center.

Everything Joe Moorhead and offensive players said before the Alamo Bowl

The Ducks are in San Antonio and preparing for Wednesday's Alamo Bowl appearance against the 16th Oklahoma Sooners. Oregon offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead and f0ur members of the team's offense spoke with media members at a press event on Sunday afternoon. The event lasted nearly 30 minutes. Quarterback Anthony Brown, running back Travis Dye and offensive linemen Steven Jones and Alex Forsyth joined Moorhead at the podium to field questions.