Bo Schembechler University of Michigan football hugs assistant Gary Moeller Saturday Oct. 27,1984 as the Wolverines beat Illinois 26_18 in Ann Arbor Michigan ............................... | freep.com | Detroit Michigan Wolverines | Detroit Free Press
Wolverines' Jabrill Peppers 'could explode into a giant of a man' “The other day we had a lower-body workout and then we had our player-led practices,” tight end Jake Butt said Monday. “Somebody did like a cartwheel or something. #fitwolverine http://www.freep.com/story/sports/college/university-michigan/wolverines/2016/07/26/mchigan-wolverines-jabrill-peppers/87557296/
Bo Schembechler lines up for a team photo in August 1989. No one knew it at the time, but it would be his last team photo. He retired after the season, his 21st at Michigan. Schembechler went 194-48-5 as coach of the Wolverines. MITCH ALBOM: A true Blue legend | Detroit Free Press | freep.com
Bo Schembechler: " In each case, I knew exactly what I was doing. Let's be honest. There's something about a temper that affects people. Particularly in football. You can charge up a team, make the referees think, inspire your assistants -- or just plain scare the hell out of somebody." .......................... | freep.com Detroit Michigan Wolverines | Detroit Free Press http://mitchalbom.com/d/journalism/34/botemper-temper
In 1895, after having previously been called the Detroit Wolverines and the Detroit Creams, Detroit's baseball team is dubbed the Tigers in articles appearing in the Detroit Free Press. Tigers most likely was borrowed from the nickname given to the Detroit Light Guard, a militia unit that had been the city's pride and joy since the Civil War. The team officially adopted the name upon entry into the American League in 1901.