Terence Moore

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Terence Moore

Terence Moore is a nationally-known sports columnist and sports commentator. In addition to writing for CNN.com, MLB.com and Sports on Earth.com, Moore is a frequent television contributor to CNN, MSNBC and ESPN.

Moore does work for the NFL Network, and he appears every Sunday night on a locally top-rated sports show on television in Atlanta, where he has lived since January 1985.

Moore also spends each fall semester teaching an upper-level journalism course at Miami University, his alma mater. He also is a member of Miami's alumni board of directors.

Moore spent 25 years as a general sports columnist for the Atlanta-Journal Constitution before making the transition to the Internet. He spent two years as a national sports columnist for AOL Sports through the spring of 2011. Through it all, he continued his more than 20 years of doing national and local television -- ranging from an appearance on the Oprah Winfrey Show to regular commentaries on CNN-SI to becoming a top panelist for five years on ESPN’s Rome Is Burning.

Prior to joining the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Moore spent five years at the San Francisco Examiner, where he covered the San Francisco Giants, the Oakland Raiders, the Oakland Athletics and the San Francisco 49ers. Prior to working in San Francisco, Moore spent three years at the Cincinnati Enquirer, where he covered Indiana and Purdue University sports, the Cincinnati Reds and Xavier basketball.

Moore has won numerous national, state and local awards. He was honored in 1999 by the National Association of Black Journalists for ranking as the longest-running black sports columnist in the history of major newspapers.

Moore majored in economics at Miami and graduated in 1978 with a bachelor’s degree in business.

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