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 is a good day to look back at Notre Dame at Michigan Football – September 15, 2007. (Note – The 2007 Michigan Football team began the season with two […]
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 […]
Today’s blog celebrates the Happy Birthday Anniversary of Louis Gilbert. Mr. Louis Matthew Gilbert was born on this date in Long Beach, California in 1906. He grew up in Kalamazoo, […]
No, an Iowa at Michigan football game is not being played today. However, the first September 14th game at Michigan took place in 1974. The Iowa Hawkeyes came to town […]
Today is a great day to celebrate the life of a former Wolverine Captain named Art Renner who went to rest in peace on this day in 1999. Arthur W. […]
Today’s post celebrates the birth anniversary (#123) of Rudy Rosatti. According to the Wikipedia article linked below, Rudolph F. “Rudy” Rosatti who was born on this date in 1895. Rosatti, […]
Today’s blog celebrates the Happy Birthday Anniversary of a Wolverine named Herman Everhardus! Mr. Everhardus was born on this date in 1912 in Kalamazoo, Michigan. He came to Ann Arbor […]
Today’s post celebrates the birth anniversary (#129) of Neil “Shorty” McMillan who was born on this date in 1890. McMillan came to Ann Arbor from Detroit, Michigan. He played for […]
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