Ex-Auburn coach Terry Bowden to be Clemson grad intern | AP sports

Jose Verdugo
Junio 12, 2019

There reportedly will be another Bowden on the sidelines for Clemson football.

Former Akron and Auburn head coach Terry Bowden has joined the Clemson coaching staff.

TigerNet.com first reported Bowden's move at Clemson.

At Clemson, Bowden is pursuing a Master's in athletic leadership and will be assisting as an unpaid graduate intern during that time. Bowden, 63, is the younger brother of Tommy Bowden, who was Clemson's football coach from 1999 through middle of 2008 when Dabo Swinney was appointed Bowden's successor. He was sacked after the 2018 season when the Zips finished with a 4-8 record. He became the University of North Alabama's head coach in 2009 and left for the Akron job in 2011.

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Bowden was the head coach at Akron for seven seasons, leading the Zips to two bowl games during his tenure.

Their father, Bobby Bowden, was the head coach at West Virginia (1970-1975) before spending the next 34 seasons at Florida State, winning two national championships.

Bowden became Auburn's head coach in 1992 and led the team to a ideal 11-0 season; they weren't able to compete in the postseason due to NCAA sanctions in place when he arrived.

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