Randy Moss, a legendary American football wide receiver, woke up to a terrifying dream. In his first year at Marshall University, Moss broke records and wowed the sports world.
He set all records despite switching teams. His performances showed his talent and strength. The New York Times called him "National Football League's biggest enigma," but he was short-lived.
Randy Pratt and Maxine Moss had Randy in West Virginia. Belle, West Virginia, DuPont High School football team captain. He won the West Virginia AAA football championship.
He received a Notre Dame football scholarship in 1995. A racially motivated fight before college resulted in a 30-day suspension. Scholarship revoked.
After prison, he moved to Florida State. After transferring to Marshall University, he set records for consecutive touchdown catches, freshman TD passes, and freshman receiving yards.
He helped the last Division I-AA team go undefeated and win the national title. Despite his talent, he was traded due to off-field disputes and violent mood swings.
The "Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation, Inc." awarded Randy Moss the 1997 Fred Biletnikoff Award, given to America's top college football wide receivers.
Randy Moss and Libby Offutt had two daughters, Sydney and Senali, and two sons, Thaddeus and Montigo.