CHICAGO - A visually stunning recollection of the University of Michigan's football legacy, "Michigan Football: A History of the Nation's Winningest Program" (Triumph Books, September 2012) relives 122 years worth of action as captured by the school's student-run newspaper-The Michigan Daily-drawing from the devoted reporters and photographers who have covered the sidelines over the years.
Celebrating a record that few schools can match - 11 national championships, 42 conference championships, three Heisman Trophy winners and countless All-Americans - this incredible sports history features an impressive collection of articles and images that were originally published in the periodical, beginning in 1890.
As it journeys through the years, "Michigan Football," captures the camaraderie and excitement of those crisp fall Saturdays as it relates the most memorable victories, the school's legendary coaches and its greatest players - from the Bo Schembechler and Lloyd Carr eras to Brady Hoke's current bowl-winning club.
For anyone who has ever strolled the campus at Ann Arbor or attended games at "The Big House," this account not only presents a record of these young journalists' outstanding work but also serves as a must-have keepsake for lifelong Wolverines.
Conducting a spectacular journey through the past of one of college football's top programs, "Michigan Football" is an all-inclusive companion for die-hard UM fans.