Coach Bill Moseley?s inspiring guidance still resonates with his former players, and his story is one of exemplary and honest leadership. Growing up hardscrabble in Depression-era Montgomery, Alabama, Bill began his playing days at Sidney Lanier High School and the University of Kentucky, before joining the U.S. Army Air Forces. He became the first player in the history of the Sun Bowl to score two passing touchdowns. Moseley played under the aegis of Paul "Bear" Bryant, and when he himself coached, he interpolated Bryant?s coaching techniques and motivational abilities. Moseley's players have become successful coaches, and business and civic leaders; one became U.S. ambassador to France and another was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.