Mal M. Moore (born December 19, 1939) is the current Director of Athletics for the University of Alabama. On November 23, 1999, he was hired to his current position after spending almost thirty years in other areas with the university. During his time at the university, Moore has been involved with eight National Championship teams between 1961 and 2009.
One of seven children, Moore was born into a farm family in Dozier, Alabama. As a scholarship player from 1958–1962, Moore played as a career backup quarterback for legendary coach Bear Bryant. During his college career at Alabama, Moore earned his bachelor's degree in sociology in 1963 and his master's degree in secondary education in 1964.
Moore began his coaching career as a secondary coach, and then moved to coach quarterbacks in 1970. He remained on Alabama's staff until Bryant retired in 1982. He then joined Gerry Faust's staff at Notre Dame as an assistant coach. Moore returned to the University of Alabama in 1990 as quarterbacks coach under Gene Stallings.