|Career highlights and awards|
|Honors||First-team All-American, 1916|
George Clark Moseley was an American football player. He played at the end position for Yale University and was chosen as a first-team All-American in 1916 by Collier's Weekly, as selected by Walter Camp. During World War I, Moseley served with the Lafayette Flying Corps, a group of American volunteer pilots who flew for the French. His letters written during his service in France were later published. In 1937, Moseley was divorced by his wife, Ethel Spencer Moseley, at Geneva, Illinois, on grounds of desertion.
His son Spencer Dumaresq Moseley was also a football star at Yale. He was captain of the 1942 team and was also an All-American.
- "Three Colgate Men Picked By Camp for All-American Team". The Syracuse Herald. 1916-12-26.
- George Clark Moseley (1923). Extracts from the Letters of George Clark Moseley during the period of the Great War.
- "Milestones". Time (magazine). 1937-05-17.
- Joan Cook (1991-05-24). "S. D. Moseley, 72, Football Star at Yale And Executive, Dies". The New York Times.