The wait is over. Michigan football is back. And none too soon. After the early exit of the Wolverine basketball team from the NCAA tournament, the Wolverine football team returns to the gridiron for spring workouts. After a surprising inaugural season capped by a victory in the Sugar Bowl, the Wolverines need to find replacements on the both the offensive and defensive lines and firm up the linebacker and defensive backfield. In short, there’s a lot of work to do.
It wasn’t the greatest season in the storied history of Michigan Football.
Losses to instate rival Michigan State and Iowa, prevented the Michigan Wolverines from winning the Big Ten title and returning to the glory of the Rose Bowl.
But it may have been the most surprising and joyous season since the Wolverine went undefeated and the won the 1998 National Championship.
Tweet By Andy Andersen The 91st Annual University of Michigan Football Bust sponsored by the M Club of Greater Detroit is history, being held the evening of December 12, 2011 at Livonia’s Laurel Manor. The purpose of the event is to remember highlights of the past season and senior careers, to assign awards honoring players …
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