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Topic - Erik Moses
"[Harrell has] seen success and experienced success in college football as a player and also as a coach, so I think he knows it's possible and how it can be done," said Erik Moses, managing director of the Events DC sports and entertainment division. "I think infusing that belief in what is possible and what is achievable is the first step in turning around a program that's been struggling like Howard's football team has been."
Erik Moses, who runs RFK Stadium for Events DC, the city's convention and sports authority, said the sparse crowds for some of the games at 52-year-old RFK could be attributed to matchups that generated little local interest.