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...is our most against Michigan since 1968 and is our fourth highest ever against them (38 points in 1935, 50 points in 1961, 50 points in 1968).
i think it was 86 points back in the early 20's.
That would be a moot point, since Woody would have been ejected for breaking 1st-down markers, benching the starters, and having his 117th heart attack on the sideline after the team failed to score from the 1-yard line three times each on two different drives.horseshoe1 said:Don't forget what would have happened if Woody had been able to go for three.
MililaniBuckeye said:What's almost as satisfying is the fact that Braylon "I hate losing to them" Edwards came back for his senior year only to suffer his third loss to the Buckeyes.
If a Buckeye fan can take anything good away from Michigan's pre-WWI dominance under Fielding Yost, it is knowing that the 1905 Wolverines went 12-0, outscored their opponents 495-0 (41-0 PPG/AVG), then proceeded to lose the conference championship to Chicago by the score of 0-2. :)DEBuckeye said:In 1902, michigan beat us 86-0. Sadly, between 1900 and 1910, they shut us out 7 times, including a 0-0 tie.
I was thinking the same thing it was a great picture of him covering his faceMililaniBuckeye said:What's almost as satisfying is the fact that Braylon "I hate losing to them" Edwards came back for his senior year only to suffer his third loss to the Buckeyes.