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Michigan Wolverines - Wikipedia

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The Michigan Wolverines comprise 27 varsity sports teams at the University of Michigan. These teams compete in the NCAA's Division I and in the Big Ten ...

MGoBlue.com University of Michigan Official Athletic Site

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The Official Athletic Site of Michigan Wolverines Michigan, partner of CBS Sports Digital. The most comprehensive coverage of the Wolverines on the web.

UM vs OSU, The Wolverine Mascot - Bentley Historical Library

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Michigan does not have a live mascot comparable to Ohio's Brutus Buckeye. ... Michigan natives pinned this name upon themselves to show their tenacity and ...

Biff, the Michigan Wolverine - Wikipedia

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Biff, the Wolverine was a live wolverine who served as a team mascot at University of Michigan Wolverines football games and was later kept in a small zoo at ...

How did Michigan wolverines get their name - Answers.com

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the wolverines where named after the states nick name This answer is not how the Wolverines adopted their nickname.

Michigan 2017 Schedule - Wolverines Home and Away - ESPN

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View the complete Michigan Wolverines football team schedule on ESPN.com. Includes home and away, bye weeks, bowl schedules, and printable schedules.

Michigan Stadium - Wikipedia

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Michigan Wolverines football (NCAA) (1927–present) Michigan Wolverines field hockey (NCAA) (1973-1975) Michigan Wolverines men's lacrosse (NCAA) (2012- present) Michigan Wolverines women'...

Michigan Stadium - MGOBLUE.COM University of Michigan Official ...

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The Official Athletic Site of Michigan Wolverines Facilities, partner of CBS ... Football: October 1, 1927 (U-M 33, Ohio Wesleyan 0) ... Yost envisioned a stadium that would seat between 100,000 and 150,000 people. ... On Oct. 1, 1927, Michigan played Ohio Wesleyan in the first game at Michigan Stadium, winning 33-0.