HTTV: Tales from Old Blue

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Yost spoke at his retirement in 1942 of “an enthusiasm that makes it second nature for Michigan men to spread the gospel of their university to the world’s distant outposts; a conviction that nowhere is there a better university, in any way, than this Michigan of ours.”
Having been in the business of printing such gospels for almost a decade, MGoBlog has collected 18 articles from pages of Hail to the Victors 2007 to the most recent edition and put them into one book that won't self-destruct at the next kickoff. They are as follows:

THIS MICHIGAN OF OURS (1879 through Bump):
  • Michigan played in the first actual football game (Craig Ross)
  • The story of Fielding Yost (John Kryk)
  • How Michigan Stadium was built (Greg Dooley)
  • The first great passing team (Ross)
  • The Harry Newman and Gerald Ford teams (Dooley)
  • Ron Kramer, the uncensored version (Dooley)
  • The 1964 team, the uncensored version (Dooley)
  • The story of 1969 (Joel Pennington)
  • Helmet Sticker History (Kryk)
  • The 1973 Screw Job (Kryk)
  • How Michigan invented the dime defense (Dr. Sap)
  • When Texas A&M made their run at Bo (Seth Fisher)
NECK SHARPIES (Moeller to the modern day):
  • Interview with Jerry Hanlon (Dooley)
  • Craig Ross sits in on a 2005 QB meeting (Ross)
  • Lloyd-sided take on the Rich Rod controversies (Ross)
  • Denard (Brian Cook)
  • The 3-3-5 Then and Now (Chris Brown)