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Michigan Wolverines National Champions! I Can Die in Peace

The following is the happiest post in the Wolverines Trip Report.

It’s been a long journey since I went to the Rose Bowl in 1998 to watch Michigan win a national championship. Yesterday, they did it again. My first feeling and it’s safe to assume the feeling of many of my fellow Wolverines is one of relief. The misery of App State, Rich Rod, Brady Hoke, the Aussie punt against MSU, among many, many other decapitating memories is washed away by the elation of hoisting the championship trophy. While detractors might say that I did not personally contribute to the championship, i.e., I did not score any touchdowns yesterday, they are wrong. The Michigan faithful have put in their time attending, watching, complaining, and cheering for this university. I have spent a small fortune running around the country following this team. Accordingly, here is my historical tribute to the 2024 National Champion Michigan Wolverines!

The Sugar Bowl New Orleans: Celebrating Brady Hoke

sugar bowl new orleans

The Best Sports Stadiums: The Big House

The Big House Remodeled

Citrus Bowl Stadium: Where Even the Band Battles


The Game: A Wolverine’s Guide For Surviving Columbus

When it appeared Michigan was in control

Michigan vs Florida: A Review Of Cowboy Stadium

a man in a sports uniform in a stadium

Michigan v. Wisconsin: Formerly Camp Randall Stadium Review

a football stadium full of people

Finally, A Happy Thanksgiving: Hail to the Victors!

a man holding a bottle of champagne in front of a television

Cheaters! Spartan Stadium Review

a stadium full of people

As Michigan football goes, so goes my life. All problems feel tremendously worse with a Michigan loss. All problems feel trivial with a Michigan win. Today, I have zero problems and Ohio State ain’t #won.



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