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Reviewing a record that few schools can match—11 national championships, 42 conference championships, three Heisman Trophy winners, and countless All-Americans—this sports history spotlights the University of Michigan’s football legacy. The book presents 122 years’ worth of action captured by the school’s student-run newspaper, the Michigan Daily, drawing from the devoted reporters and photographers who covered the sidelines. Featuring stories and images that were originally published in the periodical, the account presents a record of these young journalists’ outstanding work as well as a must-have keepsake for anyone who ever strolled the campus in Ann Arbor or attended games at Michigan Stadium. The school’s legendary coaches, greatest players, and most memorable victories are related, from the teams of Fielding Yost and Fritz Crisler through the Bo Schembechler and Lloyd Carr eras to Brady Hoke’s current bowl-winning club. Conducting a spectacular journey through the past of one of college football’s top programs, this is an all-inclusive companion for die-hard UM fans.
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About the Author
The Michigan Daily is the student-run newspaper at the University of Michigan–Ann Arbor. Since 1890, the periodical has covered University of Michigan news, sports, and culture as well as its city of residence. It is based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Michael Rosenberg is a columnist for the Detroit Free Press, a frequent contributor to Sports Illustrated, and the author of War as They Knew It: Woody Hayes, Bo Schembechler, and America in a Time of Unrest. He is a former staff writer and editor in chief for the Michigan Daily, having covered Michigan football during the 1994 season. He lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Adam Schefter is an NFL insider for ESPN. He is a former staff writer and sports editor for the Michigan Daily, having covered Michigan football during the 1988 season. He lives in New York City.