National sports reporter Terence Moore ’78 pays tribute to football great Ara Parseghian ’49

Terence Moore ’78, who majored in business economics and was a sports reporter and editor at The Miami Student during his undergraduate days, started as a professional sports journalist at The Cincinnati Enquirer immediately after he graduated from Miami, and he’s been doing the same thing ever since. These days, he also appears on national television and is part of a weekly TV show in Atlanta.

He’s done everything from ESPN and MSNBC to “The Oprah Winfrey Show.” As for writing, he’s gone from working for major newspapers in San Francisco and Atlanta to operating as a national columnist at AOL Sports,, Sports On, CNN.Com and

He’s covered 30 Super Bowls, numerous World Series and NBA Finals games, Final Fours, several Indianapolis 500, Daytona 500 and other auto races, major prize fights and golf tournaments, college football bowl games and more, winning national, state and local awards along the way.

As we head into a fall football season crippled by COVID-19, he dedicates this video to one of Miami’s Cradle of Coaches’ greats, Ara Parseghian ’49 MEd ’54.

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