Warning: You are not logged in. Your IP address will be publicly visible if you make any edits. If you log in or create an account, your edits will be attributed to your username, along with other benefits. Anti-spam check. Do not fill this in!==College career== ===University of Southern California (2006–2007)=== Moody started his college career at the [[University of Southern California]] in [[Los Angeles, California|Los Angeles]]. As a true freshman, Moody was the second leading rusher in the [[2006 USC Trojans football team|2006 season]], gaining 458 yards on 79 carries in a rotating platoon of running backs. He was named the [[Pacific-10 Conference]] Freshman of the Year in 2006.<ref name=schlabach4092008>Mark Schlabach, "[http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/columns/story?id=3337768 USC transfer Moody laboring in Florida's spread offense]," ESPN.com (April 9, 2008). Retrieved September 8, 2008.</ref> In the summer before the [[2007 NCAA Division I FBS football season|2007 season]], he was featured as one of three USC running backs on the regional cover of ''[[Sports Illustrated]]'''s college football preview edition.<ref name=klein8162007b>Gary Klein, "[http://articles.latimes.com/2007/aug/17/sports/sp-usc17 Off the Deep End]," August 17, 2007). Retrieved July 3, 2008.</ref><ref name=klein8162007a>Gary Klein, "[http://articles.latimes.com/2007/aug/16/sports/sp-uscrep16 Tailback Moody to transfer]," ''Los Angeles Times'' (August 16, 2007). Retrieved July 3, 2008.</ref> The Trojans entered their [[2007 USC Trojans football team|2007 fall training camp]] with a high number of scholarship running backs (10), all of which were highly touted recruits; in August, midway through camp, Moody announced he was transferring from USC.<ref name=klein8162007a/> Looking to be a featured player, Moody stated he had "felt forgotten" coming into training camp because of an ankle injury that forced him to sit out the Trojans' last four games of the 2006 season and a hamstring injury that caused him to sit out nearly all of spring practice; he then bruised his knee at a mid-camp scrimmage and had to sit out further.<ref name=klein8162007b/> After looking at several schools, including [[Oklahoma State University|Oklahoma State]] and [[University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill|North Carolina]], Moody transferred to the University of Florida.<ref name=Schad8172007>Joe Schad, "[http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/news/story?id=2992872 Moody says he will transfer to Gator country]," ESPN.com (August 27, 2007). Retrieved May 30, 2008.</ref> ===University of Florida (2007–2010)=== As required by NCAA transfer rules, Moody was forced to sit out the 2007 season with the Florida Gators; but was permitted to practice with the [[scout team]]. Welcomed by a team that needed a power running back to relieve quarterback [[Tim Tebow]], Moody had some difficulties adapting to the [[spread offense]] used by the Gators.<ref name=schlabach4092008/> He had 58 carries for 379 yards in the 2009 season and 66 carries for 265 yards in 2010. Moody participated in the Gator Pro Day but was not drafted in the [[2011 NFL Draft]]. Summary: Please note that all contributions to the American Football Database are considered to be released under the CC-BY-SA Cancel Editing help (opens in new window) This page is a member of 1 hidden category: Category:Pages with broken file links Retrieved from "https://americanfootballdatabase.fandom.com/wiki/Emmanuel_Moody"