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FSU Coaching Legend Bobby Bowden Retirement Expected

by Reno Gold on Tuesday, December 1st, 2009

For 34 years Bobby Bowden has paced the sidelines at Florida State University as its head football coach. According to sources, the longtime Seminoles football coach is expected to announce his retirement sometime Tuesday.

Bobby Bowden expected to announce retirement at Florida StateA team meeting has been scheduled for 2:15 Tuesday when Bowden is expected to tell FSU players of his decision. After Florida State lost its regular-season finale to Florida on Saturday, Bowden said he had to do some soul-searching before deciding whether he would return in 2010. After Florida State lost its regular-season finale to Florida on Saturday, Bowden said he had to do some soul-searching before deciding whether he would return in 2010.

Bowden wanted to continue as head coach but reports indicate FSU officials suggesting Bowden take a diminished role while FSU's future coach , offensive coordinator Jimbo Fisher, assume a larger role. 

In his 43 seasons as a head coach, Bowden has had 41 winning seasons, and 37 Division 1-A wining seasons, tying Joe Paterno and Paul 'Bear' Bryant at 37.

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