Football coach Vince Dooley  dies at 90

Soccer coach Vince Dooley guided Georgia to success that included the 1980 national championship died on Friday. 

According to the school announcement, Dooley died in the presence of his wife and children.

He died in his Athens home, no cause of death was given.

Dooley was hospitalized this month with some symptoms of COVID-19 but has recovered.

He was ready to attend the campus bookstore before the October 15 game.

Condoling Dooley's death, Kirby Smart wrote on Twitter, "Our family is shocked by the passing of Coach Dooley. He was one of a kind with an unmatched love for the UGA!"

In SEC history Dooley is the fourth most winning coach, surpassing Bayer Bryant, Steve Spurrier and Nick Saban.

Saban said, "Vince Dooley was one of my favorite people in the world."