6 items found
Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Subject - Person is exactly "Bowden, Bobby"
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Bobby Bowden

Bobby Bowden

Date
1977
Description
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.
Collection
Florida State University Football

Florida State University Football

Date
1963
Description
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.
Collection
Florida State University History (Part 2)

Florida State University History (Part 2)

Date
1975 (circa)
Description
This film shows FSU basketball, athletic trainer Don Fauls, football, theater, the Nuclear Science department, the golf course, an interview with Bobby Bowden, the radio station, fencing, Hugh Durham basketball camp, and Gov. Reubin Askew greeting King Hussein at the airport. Produced by WFSU-TV.
Collection
Florida State University History (Part 3)

Florida State University History (Part 3)

Date
1977 (circa)
Description
The film shows some scenes of the area of the Chi Omega murders, the jazz band practicing, stadium construction, science labs and the football program (with Bobby Bowden, Jimmy Jordan and Ron Sellers). There is no sound in this portion. There is also some men's track coverage. Produced by WFSU-TV.
Collection
Florida State University History (Part 4)

Florida State University History (Part 4)

Date
1977 (circa)
Description
This film shows Bernard Sliger, as new president, at a press conference, aerial footage of the campus, Homecoming 1977, the crowning of 1977 Homecoming Chief Charlie Crist and Princess Ginger White, Bobby Bowden speaking, and interior views of dormitories. Produced by WFSU-TV.
Collection
Florida State University History (Part 6)

Florida State University History (Part 6)

Date
1980 (circa)
Description
This film shows FSU football players Ron Simmons and Jimmy Jordan, along with Coach Bobby Bowden. There are scenes of women's volleyball, men's basketball, water skiing on Lake Bradford (The Reservation), the Marching Chiefs and ROTC training. Produced by WFSU-TV.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
Bobby BowdenBobby BowdenCollege sports

Florida State Seminoles (Football team)
Florida State University -- Football

Football coaches
Interviews
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Florida State University FootballFlorida State University FootballCollege sports
Football coaches
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Florida State University History (Part 2) Florida State University History (Part 2) College sports
Florida State Seminoles (College sports teams)
Golf
Interviews
Promotional films
Radio
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Florida State University History (Part 3) Florida State University History (Part 3) College sports
Construction
Florida State Seminoles (College sports teams)
Jazz music
Promotional films
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Florida State University History (Part 4) Florida State University History (Part 4) Press conferences
Promotional films
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Florida State University History (Part 6) Florida State University History (Part 6) College sports
Florida State Seminoles (College sports teams)
Marching bands
Promotional films
Water sports
Water skiing
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