Kickoff Set for Bowden Bowl VI

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Clemson - Game time for Bowden Bowl VI, the annual football contest between Florida State head coach Bobby Bowden and his son Tommy Bowden, the head coach at Clemson, on Saturday, September 25, has been set for 3:30 p.m. The game will be televised regionally from Doak Campbell Stadium on ABC.

Prior to the game, the dedication of a new statue and plaza will take place outside the new Moore Athletic Center in front of University Center D. A larger-than-life figure will be unveiled when the bronze sculpture of coach Bowden is unveiled.

Bobby Bowden has a 4-1 lead over his son Tommy who gained his first
Bowden Bowl victory in 2003, a 26-10 triumph in which the Clemson defense held
Florida State to 11 yards rushing, fewest by a Bobby
Bowden-coached Florida State team. Clemson had
lost 11 in a row to Florida State prior to that Clemson
victory last year. Clemson’s last win in Tallahassee
took place in 1989, Danny Ford’s final season as
Clemson head coach.

Clemson 2004 Football Schedule

Date		Opponent		Time	 TV
Sept.	4	WAKE FOREST		3:30 PM	 ABC
	        (Hall of Fame/IPTAY Day)
Sept.	11	GEORGIA TECH		8:00 PM	 ABC
                (Parents/Family Weekend)
Sept.	18	at Texas A&M		7:00 PM	 TBS

Sept.	25	at Florida State	3:30 PM  ABC

Oct.	7	at Virginia 		7:45 PM	 ESPN

Oct.	16	UTAH STATE		1:00 PM

		(Military Appreciation Day)

		(Youth Day)

Nov.	6	at Miami (FL)

Nov.	13	at Duke

		(One Clemson-Solid Orange Day)

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