Tuesday, September 7, 2004

Bowden's grandson killed in accident


College football notebook

The Associated Press

QUINCY, Fla. - A grandson and a former son-in-law of Florida State football coach Bobby Bowden were killed when their car was hit a by a utility truck that was helping to restore power outages caused by Hurricane Frances.

John Allen Madden, a 45-year-old former Florida State lineman who played under Bowden, and his 15-year-old son, Bowden Madden, were killed instantly Sunday when the passenger side of their car hit the front of the truck, Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Robert Mills said Monday.

"Words can't express the grieving I know the Bowdens are going through," Florida State athletics director Dave Hart said.

ILLINOIS: Offensive guard Bryan Koch is lost for the season with torn ligaments in his right knee, coach Ron Turner said. An MRI confirmed the tears in his anterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments. Koch tore the ligaments early in Illinois' 52-13 victory over Florida A&M on Saturday.




BENGALS / NFL
The youth make the Bengals
Club adds third-year cornerback Bauman
Apologetic Hambrick playing behind Emmitt again
Pace ends holdout, signs $7.02M deal with Rams

COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Dueling quarterbacks at LSU no problem, Saban says
Bowden's grandson killed in accident

REDS / BASEBALL
Harang dusted again
Photo gallery
It's over and out for 3B Larson with Reds
Players happy Miley to return
Astros climb back into wild-card race
Yankees wanted D-Rays to forfeit
NL: Cubs regain slim NL wild-card lead
AL: Rangers' errors help White Sox win
AAA: Louisville 7, Indianapolis 6

GOLF
A 50-50 chance of no Kroger event in 2005
Victorious Singh officially knocks Woods from No. 1

U.S. OPEN TENNIS
Davenport tops Venus; Henin-Hardenne loses
Agassi ousts Sargsian from U.S. Open

MORE SPORTS HEADLINES
'Bellamy' stuns Scipion in the Cradle Stakes at RD
High school sports results, schedules
Sports today on TV, radio

THIS WEEK'S SPORTS POLL
Which level of football are you most interested in?