AP Top 25: No. 1 Tide runs poll streak to 210, 3rd-best ever
Alabama running back Najee Harris (22) leaps over LSU safety JaCoby Stevens (7) during the first half of an NCAA college football game in Baton Rouge, La., Saturday, Dec. 5, 2020. 1 for the fifth week in a row Sunday and extended its streak of consecutive poll appearances to 210, the third longest in the history of The Associated Press college football poll. 1 for the third straight week and the top seven teams were unchanged for a fifth consecutive poll. Buffalo is the first Mid-American Conference team to be ranked this season, giving every FBS league at least one ranked team during this pandemic-altered season. The Ducks' and Huskies' exits left the Pac-12 with two ranked teams: No.
Bobby Bowden says he is improving after contracting COVID-19
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Former Florida State football coach Bobby Bowden, hospitalized last week after contracting COVID-19, says he is feeling better and hopes to go home soon. Bowden, 90, told the Tallahassee Democrat on Monday, "I am doing good. I appreciate everyone’s thoughts, I really do.”Bowden was hospitalized last week in Tallahassee after contracting the virus. Bowden recently spent nearly two weeks in the hospital and rehab after contracting a leg infection. “You get fever, you get frustrated, you don’t feel good and you wonder if you were able to get up,” Bowden said.
Former Florida State coach Bobby Bowden hospitalized with COVID-19
Former Florida State coach Bobby Bowden was hospitalized Tuesday for treatment of COVID-19. Family friend Kim Shiff, Bowden’s former publicist, told the AP in a text message that the 90-year-old college football Hall of Famer was “very fatigued,” but had no other symptoms. Bowden was being treated treated at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare. Bowden’s wife, Ann, told the Tallahassee Democrat her husband was scheduled to undergo a chest X-ray and other tests. “I feel sure he’s going to be OK,” Ann told the Tallahassee Democrat.
Report: Legendary FSU head coach Bobby Bowden tests positive for COVID-19
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Bobby Bowden, the legendary Florida State football coach, has tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Tallahassee Democrat. Bowden, 90, told the newspaper Monday morning that he was diagnosed with the virus the day after being released from a local hospital last weekend. Bowden said he’s the only person in his household who has tested positive for the coronavirus. Bowden was recently hospitalized at Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare for a leg infection following the removal of skin cancer spots. Florida State football tweeted that Bowden “will be in our thoughts and prayers.”