Hello again, and welcome to my thoughts on Michigan at Minnesota. Yes, it’s been a long time coming, but I am excited to see a Michigan at Minnesota football today. […]
Today’s post recalls the day that Fielding Yost destroyed West Virginia. Yes, Fielding Harris Yost was a graduate of West Virginia University. Somehow, Michigan lured the Mountaineers to Ann Arbor […]
Today’s post remembers another Michigan Man named George M. Lawton, who played for Fielding H. Yost. Mr. Lawton died on this day in 1941. He was only fifty-five years old […]
Today, we celebrate the birthday anniversary of an unsung Michigan Man named Frank Maloney. According to the Wikipedia article linked below, Frank Maloney was born on this date in Chicago, […]
Michigan’s First Night Football Game in 1944 Today we are going back to look at Michigan’s First Night Football Game on September 23, 1944. The Wolverines were having trouble filling their […]
Today’s post celebrates the thirty-first birthday of #16 Denard Robinson − one of the most exciting players to ever wear the winged helmet. Michigan fans were not happy with the […]
Today’s post salutes Michigan Man Thom Darden on the anniversary of his birth. According to the Wikipedia article linked below, Thomas Vincent “Thom” Darden was born on this day in […]
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