Halfway through Notre Dame and Florida State’s season-opening overtime thriller, the Seminoles honored legendary coach Bobby Bowden, who recently passed away at age 91. After a frenzied first half in Tallahassee, the Florida State marching band made their way to the field
Bobby Bowden’s greatest gift was making everybody feel as if they were Hall of Famers, too. The patriarch of Florida State football and the coach who built a dynasty from scratch died at 91 on Sunday at his home in Tallahassee, Florida.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney called Bobby Bowden a “model” that other college coaches should follow. “He was such a great example of not losing sight of the main thing: a man of faith, a great husband, a great father,” Swinney said in
Bobby Bowden, the folksy Hall of Fame coach who won more than 350 games and built Florida State into one of college football’s great dynasties with two national championships has died. He was 91. Bobby’s son, Terry, confirmed to The Associated Press