October 2nd is an important day in Michigan Football History because it is the day that Gustave Ferbert took charge of Michigan Football. Gustave “Dutch” Ferbert coached his first game […]
Today’s blog celebrates the happy birthday anniversary of Joe Gembis. According to the Wikipedia article linked below, Joseph G. “Dynamite Joe” Gembis was born on this day in 1907. Joe Gembis […]
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, […]
Today is a great day to celebrate the Happy Birthday Anniversary of a Wolverine named Cliff Sparks. According to the Wikipedia article linked below, Clifford M. “Cliff” Sparks was born […]
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 thirtieth birthday of #16 Denard Xavier Robinson − one of the most exciting players to ever wear the winged helmet. Michigan fans were not happy with […]
Today is a great day to wish “Happy Birthday” to Michigan Man Monte Robbins. According to the Wikipedia article linked below, Dammon R. “Monte” Robbins was born on this date […]
The newspapers back on September 18, 1943 probably had a headline that read “Michigan Defeats Camp Grant!” And, you may ask, “Who?” or “What?” was Camp Grant? Well, Camp Grant […]
Todays’ Game of the Day post examines the Iowa Pre-Flight at Michigan game played on September 16, 1944. Yes, that was a long time ago. Today’s featured game was the […]
Today’s post celebrates the death anniversary of another Pigskin Pioneer named Jay Love who died in 1935. Mr. Jay Mack Love came to Michigan from Arkansas City, Kansas to play […]
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