Randy Moss currently serves as a thoroughbred racing analyst for NBC and NBC Sports Network. In addition to his role on NBC’s thoroughbred coverage, Moss also serves as a reporter and analyst for NBC and NBC Sports Networks coverage of the NFL and college football.
Moss has also served as an analyst for ABC and ESPN racing coverage since 1999, and is a studio host and reporter for NFL Network.
Prior to making television his occupation, Moss was a newspaper reporter, handicapper and columnist for 20 years, at the Dallas Morning News, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Arkansas Democrat and Arkansas Gazette. He landed his first media job at age 14, co-authoring a handicapping column for the Gazette as the youngest newspaper handicapper in the country. Five years later, he left pharmacy school to take a full-time job for the paper, which at the time was the oldest newspaper west of the Mississippi River.
Moss has covered all but two runnings of the Kentucky Derby since 1980, spanning print and on-air. He has worked racing telecasts from every major racetrack in North America, as well as tracks in Ireland, Dubai and Barbados.
A native of Hot Springs, Ark., Moss currently resides in Minneapolis.