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Terry Bowden Biography
Terry Bowden is one of the most popular and richest American Football Coach who was born on February 25, 1956 in Douglas, Georgia, United States. Terry Wilson Bowden (born February 24 1956) is a college football coach currently working as an assistant coach at Clemson University. Bowden was the head coaching for Salem University (1983-1985), Samford University (1987-1992), Auburn University (1993-1998), the University of North Alabama (2009-2011) as well as in the University of Akron (2012-2018). Bowden is the father of the former Florida State University head football coach Bobby Bowden and a brother of Tommy Bowden, former head football coach at Clemson University and Jeff Bowden, the former offensive coordinator at Florida State who served as Terry’s special teams coordinator at Akron.
His first year as a coach at Auburn during 1993 Bowden took his Tigers to a flawless 11-0 record as an early coach who managed to win without losing during his first year at a Division 1 school. in 1994, Auburn ended the year 9-1-1 setting the record for one of the most successful winning streaks in the history of the school of 20 games.
After resigning at Auburn, Bowden accepted a role as a studio analyst and color commentator for ABC Sports’ college football coverage where he often referred to his father Bobby Bowden as “Daddy.” He was also an exclusive college football columnist for Yahoo! Sports. For a period, Bowden also hosted a sports talk radio show in the Orlando, Florida area. In 2006, Bowden became the expert analyst for Westwood One radio network’s College Football National Game of Week. He also co-hosted “The Coaches Show” on Sirius Satellite Radio with Jack Arute and worked several times a month as a motivational speaker.
In a July 30, 2007 column, writing a few weeks before the 2007 college football season, Bowden said he was eager to go back to coaching for the 2008 football season. In December 2007, the coaching job at his alma mater West Virginia opened up: Rich Rodriguez left to be Michigan’s coach. Bowden issued a statement which read in part, “Coming home to West Virginia would obviously be the dream job for me.” However, West Virginia offered the job to one of Rodriguez’s assistants, Bill Stewart, who was the interim head coach when the Mountaineers upset the Oklahoma Sooners in the 2008 Fiesta Bowl. In late 2007, Bowden interviewed for the head coaching job at Georgia Tech, which ultimately went to Paul Johnson.
in 1992 Bowden became the successor to Pat Dye as the head football coach at Auburn University. Bowden’s appointment came as the team was under NCAA sanctions that included the reduction of scholarships, a one year television ban, as well as the suspension of two years for postseason play.
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Bowden returned to the broadcasting booth for the 2008 season. At the end of the year, Bowden took the head coach position at a Division II school, North Alabama.
Terry Bowden Net Worth
Terry Bowden is one of the richest American Football Coach from United States. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Terry Bowden's net worth $3-5 Million.* (Last Update: February 3, 2024)
Bowden was a football player and attended at West Virginia University, where Bowden was a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity, and was a graduate of magna cum laude with an accounting degree. Bowden’s father, Bobby Bowden, was the Mountaineers the head coach of the team until 1975. Bowden was a two-time player for the running team of his successor to the position, Frank Cignetti, Sr. Alongside his post-graduate studies with Oxford University in England, Bowden earned the Juris Doctor degree from Florida State University College of Law.
Terry Bowden began his coaching career as an assistant to graduate students in Florida State before becoming the most youthful head coach in the country at the age of 26, when he took over the job as head coach at Salem College in 1983. While at Salem Bowden, he was awarded 2 West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championships. After 1986, Bowden quit to become an assistant at The University of Akron for Gerry Faust. After 1987, Bowden took over as the coach of Samford University, a school where his father was a player and was a coach. In Samford, Bowden directed the team’s transition away from Division III football to Division I-AA scholarships football. In 1991 Bowden’s Samford team made it to the I-AA semi-finals.
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On December 22, 2011, it was announced Bowden would be hired as the next head football coach at the University of Akron, and he was formally introduced on December 28, 2011. He replaced Rob Ianello as the Zips’ head coach, who was fired on November 26 after compiling a 2–22 record in two seasons. In his first year, Bowden duplicated Ianello’s 1–11 record from 2011.
On September 14, 2013, Bowden led Akron against Michigan in Ann Arbor and came within a few yards of defeating the Wolverines. The Zips lost, 28–24, after an incomplete pass from the Wolverines’ three-yard line on the final play of the game went out of the back of the end zone. Akron led at various points during the game: 10–7 in the third quarter after a 28-yard passing touchdown from Kyle Pohl to Zach D’Orazio; and 24–21 in the fourth quarter after a one-yard pass from Pohl to Tyrell Goodman. Bowden’s 2013 team showed improvement, compiling a 5–7 record on the season and snapping the nation’s longest road losing streak (28) with a 24–17 victory against the Miami RedHawks. For the signs of improvement shown by the Zips, Akron extended Bowden’s contract by two years through 2017. Bowden led the Zips to an 8-5 season in 2015, his first winning season as Akron’s coach. He also got Akron their first ever bowl game victory against Utah State in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.
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On December 31, 2008, it was announced that he would be the next head football coach at the University of North Alabama in Florence. He was officially introduced as the head football coach at the University Center on January 1, 2009. Bowden was tapped to replace Mark Hudspeth, who left after directing the Lions to a 66–21 record and a third berth in seven years in the national playoff semifinals to become the passing game coordinator at Mississippi State University under new head coach Dan Mullen. During Bowden’s tenure at North Alabama he guided the Lions to three appearances in the NCAA Division II Playoffs.
On September 15, 2018, Bowden led Akron to the school’s first victory over a Big 10 opponent since 1894 (when Akron, then known as Buchtel College, defeated Ohio State 12-6), defeating Northwestern 39-34 on the road. After the Zips finished the season with a 4–8 record, he was fired on December 2, 2018.
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In 1998, Bowden’s fate at Auburn changed as he faced criticism for recruiting woes, off-the-field issues that resulted in player discipline, and in his relationships with Auburn administrators, including board of trustees member Bobby Lowder. These issues, combined with a string of player injuries, led to a disastrous start of the 1998 season. After starting with a 1–5 record, Bowden resigned as head coach the night before Auburn played against Louisiana Tech. In conversations with athletic director David Housel, Bowden was given no assurances he would have a chance to remedy the situation for the next season, and that he believed his termination was imminent. The team was coached for the remainder of the season by Bill Oliver. According to a July 25, 2013 article in The Auburn Villager newspaper, a novel titled “The Legend’s Son” is a thinly disguised satire of Bowden’s rise and fall at Auburn.
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Terry Ranked on the list of most popular American Football Coach. Also ranked in the elit list of famous people born in United States. Terry Bowden celebrates birthday on February 25 of every year.
In June 2019, Bowden joined the Clemson Tigers staff as an unpaid intern in addition to attending the university to receive a graduate degree.