Michigan Football’s 1997 national title celebrated in new book

Michigan Wolverines fans will never forget the future Pro Football Hall of Famer who won the Heisman Trophy by intercepting passes, catching passes and returning points.

Or the walk-on quarterback who became the MVP for the Rose Bowl.

Or the College Football Hall of Fame coach, who so many thought was not the man for the job, considered part of an old-fashioned machinery passed on from Bo and Mo.

Believe it or not, it’s time to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the incredible 1997 season, in which the Wolverines went undefeated, won an exciting Rose Bowl and won the national championship, the school’s 11th and first in almost half a century.

To celebrate the anniversary – for one of the most beloved championship teams in Michigan history – Free Press has created a new hardcover book, “Hi, Yes! 25 Years Later: Relive the Michigan Wolverines’ Race to the Rose Bowl and National Championship in 1997.”

The Free Press produces a special memoir -

In addition to Charles Woodson, Brian Griese and Lloyd Carr, fans will always remember the fourth-down stop against Notre Dame, the comeback from 14 points down against Iowa, Woodson’s one-handed interception against Michigan State, the pane in Penn State that ended the country’s longest winning streak, Woodson’s epic point return against Ohio State and the heartbreaking finale against Washington State and Ryan Leaf in Pasadena.

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