Florida State University Football (1963)

Item Number: AA488

This is footage of the Florida State Seminoles football team in practice at the beginning of the 1963 season when Bill Peterson was head coach and Bobby Bowden an assistant coach. Produced by the Florida Development Commission.

"Design for Winning," (1970s)

Item Number: BA003

Steve Spurrier, Heisman Trophy winner and University of Florida star, describes various techniques for playing football. Ray Graves, Spurrier's college coach, says a few words as well. This leads to a pitch for orange juice at the training table. There are many scenes of Spurrier in action as a collegian and a professional football player throughout the film. Produced by Barton of Jacksonville; sponsored by the Florida Department of Citrus.

Jake Gaither (1970s)

Item Number: AA265

This film is a tribute to Jake Gaither, ex-head football coach at Florida A&M University in Tallahassee. It contains an interview with Coach Gaither at his home in Tallahassee, as well as some FAMU football footage. Produced by WFSU-TV.

Bobby Bowden (1977)

Item Number: CA268

Football coach Bobby Bowden comments on his first season as head coach of Florida State University's football program. He shares his philosophy on coaching and comments on the hardships of the game on his family. He reflects on his early aspirations of playing and coaching football. The segment contains additional silent footage of the FSU football team practicing. Produced by WFSU-TV.

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University: The 100 Before the World/Les Cents Devant Le Monde (1989)

Item Number: V-167

In this film, Florida A&M University is the sole representative of the United States in France's 200th Bastille Day Parade in Paris. This film covers FAMU's participation in the parade from day one. It shows the band practicing, sightseeing, interacting with other participants and participating in the parade. Dr. Foster, the band's creator and director, is interviewed throughout the film.