Bobby Bowden vs Steve Spurrier

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$14 Million
Net worth 2018
$15 Million
Sportspersons
Industry
Sportspersons
Birmingham, Alabama
Residence
Miami Beach, Florida
United States
Country
United States
08/11/1929
BirthDay
20/04/1945
Height
1.88 m
University of Alabama (1953) Woodlawn High School Samford University
Education
high school in Tennessee, University of Florida
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2010

The Over the Mountain Touchdown Club of Birmingham, Alabama, named the National Collegiate Coach of the Year Award after him and on March 21, 2010, the award was presented for the first time

2009

On December 1, 2009, he announced his retirement from the Florida State University

1999

In 1999, in the famous ‘The Bowden Bowl’ football game, this legendary coach and his son coached teams, playing against each other

1976

In 1976, he joined the Florida State University again as the head coach

1965

He left the Florida State University in 1965 to coach at the West Virginia University and became its head coach in 1969

1962

After leaving South Georgia College he returned to Howard Collage and stayed there till 1962, before joining the Florida State University as an assistant coach

1956

He then became the Athletic Director and also served as the head football, baseball, and basketball coach for South Georgia College from 1956 to 1958

1954

From 1954 to 1955, Bowden served as the assistant football coach and head track and field coach at the Howard College Birmingham, Alabama

1953

He graduated in 1953, from the Howard College, present day Samford University

1949

Bowden married his childhood sweetheart Ann Estock, on April 1, 1949

2012

After two years, he received a contract extension through 2012 with a raise of $1

2011

The team underwent many successful winning seasons under him, including a middling 55-35 record in seven seasons in Columbia through 2011

2004

In November 2004, he became coach of South Carolina Gamecocks, replacing the then coach Lou Holtz, signing a seven-year deal that paid him $1

2002

On January 15, 2002 he announced his decision to take up coaching for Washington Redskins after striking a deal of $25 million

1996

Over the next 12 seasons, he crafted an explosive ‘Fun n’ Gun’ offence that led to their 122-27-1 record and a national championship in 1996 with a 52-20 win over Florida state in the ‘Sugar Bowl’

1989

In December 1989, he consented to be the head football coach of the ‘Florida Gators’, University of Florida

1987

In 1987, he was made the head coach for the ‘Duke Blue Devils’ of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)

1983

In 1983, he led the Tampa Bay Bandits of the new United States Football League (USFL)

1980

From 1980-82, he was the offensive co-coordinator at Duke University

1978

In 1978, he began his coaching career as the quarterback in his alma mater under head coach, Doug Dickey

1967

In 1967, he was selected in the first round of NFL draft by the San Francisco 49ers

1965

He was a two-time all-American quarterback and was chosen as a Football Writers Association first team all-American as junior in 1965

20

In the next two years, he produced a good 20-13-1 record out of them