Kevin Allen has been writing about hockey at every level for over two decades. He is the author or coauthor of numerous sports books, including Without Fear. He is the president of the Professional Hockey Writers Association. He lives in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Nate Brown is a writer and author. Art Regner is a sports radio broadcaster and author who has been on the Detroit sports airwaves with WDFN and WXYT for over a decade. He is a coauthor with Kevin Allen of What it Means to Be a Red Wing. He lives in Detroit, Michigan. Bo Schembechler is a retired head football coach for the University of Michigan. Under his leadership, the team won over 10 Big Ten Conference titles and he was named Big Ten Coach of the Year six times. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as a coach. He lives in the Detroit area.
What It Means to Be a Wolverine: Michigan's Greatest Players Talk About Michigan Footballby Kevin Allen
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Since 1892, not a single University of Michigan football coach has had a losing record. Almost every road game the Wolverines play is their opponent's biggest game of the year. It's as if the maize and blue jerseys have a target on them, too. That's What It Means to Be a Wolverine. It means being one of the most feared teams in all of college football, and with a 112-year tradition of winning, its understandable that Michigan fans take their football very seriously, and that every seat in the nation's biggest football stadium is consistently occupied. What It Means to Be a Wolverine, by Kevin Allen, Art Reneger, and Nate Brown, covers every aspect of the Wolverine's history: from former President Gerald Ford's playing days to Lloyd Carr's nationwide dominance, it's all there in the unadulterated words of the athletes and coaches who lived it first-hand.
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