Seminoles will run over Tigers
Scouts, Inc., goes inside the Clemson-Florida State matchup and sees the Seminoles winning Bowden Bowl VI.
Updated: September 23, 2004, 4:47 PM ETBy Tony Granieri | Scouts, Inc.
- When Florida State head coach Bobby Bowden and Clemson head coach Tommy Bowden face off this Saturday, it will be the sixth competition between father and son head coaches in NCAA Division I history. The previous five occasions took place the last five years between the two Bowdens.
When: Sat., 3:30 p.m. ET (ABC)
Where: Doak Campbell Stadium, Tallahassee, FL
Bowden Bowl VI represents a shot at redemption for Bobby and the Seminoles after having their national championship hopes dashed by the Tigers in a 26-10 loss at "Death Valley" last year. The win gave Tommy his first victory over his father -- but the score is far from being settled. Bobby is 4-1 lifetime against Tommy, and this game is being held at Doak Campbell Stadium where the Tigers have had an exceptionally difficult time playing well in the past.
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