FLORENCE, Ala. (AP) -Former Auburn football coach Terry Bowden is returning to coaching at Division II North Alabama.
The 52-year-old Bowden, the son of Florida State coach Bobby Bowden, brings a 111-53-2 record to North Alabama, which finished the 2008 season 12-2 and reached the semifinals of the Division II playoffs. Bowden replaces Mark Hudspeth, who left to become an assistant coach at Mississippi State.
Bowden, who won his first 20 games at Auburn in 1993-94, has been working as an analyst on Westwood One's college game of the week.

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