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Even at age 71, with two national championships, 17 bowl wins, and a record that makes him one of the winningest coaches of all time, Florida State head coach Bobby Bowden has no plans to retire. But, he does have a plan of how he will know when it's time to step down.
"I plan to coach until I have a lean year and then give myself one year to get it back under control," he told reporters last year. "If I lose that second year, I'm done."
Such a statement is typical for Bowden. He wouldn't have posted 315 career wins without being a master of planning and being able to articulate his game plan succinctly. Here's Bowden on why he keeps on coaching and his views on other aspects of the game that has consumed his life.
"I just love to coach. That may sound simple, but I think sometimes people lik....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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