Former Florida State head coach Bobby Bowden established himself as one of the biggest coaching legends in college football history by leading the Seminoles to a 304-97-4 record while winning two national championships.
His 304 wins rank second in NCAA history for a Division I football program behind Penn State’s Joe Paterno.
The Seminoles have been able to keep their program strong since Bowden retired after the 2009 season and Jimbo Fisher was hired in his place.
Florida State won the 2013 national championship with quarterback Jameis Winston, who won the Heisman Trophy that year.
However, Bowden is not impressed with the current first overall pick and likely Tampa Bay Buccaneers starting quarterback.
“I think it’s a consensus among FSU fans and boosters that he was an embarrassment to the university,” Bowden said to Paul Finebaum.
Winston has been accused of sexual assault and was recently sued by his accuser, Erica Kinsman.
He has also been in trouble for other incidents, such as shoplifting crab legs and shouting an obscenity in front of students at the school cafeteria.
It will be interesting to see whether Florida State fans agree with their beloved coach or defend their quarterback who just guided them to the promised land.