TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -Florida State's Bobby Bowden says he wants one more national title before retirement.
At the annual football media day on Sunday, Bowden says the Seminoles are rebuilt and ready to win another national championship. He has two years to deliver before his successor-in-waiting, Jimbo Fisher, takes over in January of 2011.
Bowden's 1993 and 1999 teams won national titles. The Seminoles narrowly missed another half dozen between 1987 and 2000, often denied by rival Miami.
The 79-year-old coach says he's still bothered by the effects of shingles on the left side of his face. The virus frequently hits people who have had chicken pox.

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