Legendary Florida State head coach Bobby Bowden has tested positive for COVID-19. Jim Henry of The Tallahassee Democrat reported the news on Monday morning, saying he received the nod from the former Seminoles leader to share the information.

Bowden is 90 years old.

“Coach Bobby Bowden, 90, has tested positive for COVID-19,” Henry reported. “Just talked to coach and OK’d me to share. Says he feels good, and sounds good. Getting retested today. Tested positive following recent release from hospital for leg infection.”

Bowden was the head coach at Florida State from 1976-2009, leading the program to 12 ACC titles and two national championships (1993, 1999) in his more than three decades in Tallahassee. During his time with the Seminoles, Bowden compiled a 304-97-4 record and his teams appeared in a bowl game in all but three seasons.

Florida State’s bowl record was 21-10-1 and Bowden’s teams had just one losing season — a 5-6 year during his first season with the program in 1976.

Bowden was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2006.