the just released schedules were a flat-out statement that the B10 doesn't believe SOS will matter in playoff selection
Leaders and Best in 50 States: Michigan Football Giants Edition
MGoBlue.com continues its Leaders and Best in 50 States [plus DC and PR] today with the selections that represent New York and Indiana. Unsurprisingly, they're two of the biggest names in Michigan football history: Heisman Trophy winner, World War II hero, and all around All-American Tom Harmon (Old 98) of Gary, Indiana and Michigan's all-time rushing leader and coiner of the infamous "little brother" MSU sobriquet, Mike Hart of Syracuse, New York.
|NEW YORK: Mike Hart|
Mike Hart (Syracuse)
• Running back Mike Hart (2004-07) graduated as Michigan's all-time rushing leader and was a two-time Doak Walker finalist, finishing fifth in Heisman Trophy balloting in 2006. He was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts and had two carries in Super Bowl XLIV.
• MaliVai Washington, Men's Tennis
• Jumbo Elliott, Football
• Alecia Humphrey, Women's Swimming and Diving
• Mike Komisarek, Ice Hockey
|INDIANA: Tom Harmon|
Tom Harmon (Gary)
• Considered by some to be the greatest Wolverines of all time, Tom Harmon (1938-40), nicknamed Old 98, played football and basketball at U-M, winning the Heisman Trophy as a senior - Michigan's first winner. He went on to play football professionally and also star in the Hollywood biopic Harmon of Michigan. He is also a member of the College Football Hall of Fame.
• Germany Schulz, Football
• Frank Fehsenfeld, Men's Swimming and Diving
• Glen Steele, Football
• Jennifer Gandolph, Volleyball
And if you're so inclined, you can: Vote for the best Wolverine from Pennsylvania from among Steve Breaston (Football), April Fronzoni (Field Hockey), Chad Henne (Football), Ty Law (Football), Eric Namesnik (Men's Swimming) and Shana Welch (Water Polo).
Congratulations to today's honorees!
- June 28: Delaware and New Jersey
- June 29: Georgia and Connecticut
- June 30: A Bunch of BS Edition (Massachusetts and Maryland)
- July 1: Virginia, New Hampshire and South Carolina
- July 6: North Carolina, Rhode Island and Vermont
- July 7: A-Train Edition (Kentucky, Tennessee and Louisiana)
- July 8: Learn About a Wolverine T&F Giant Edition (Mississippi and Alabama)
- July 9: Point a Minute Editions (Maine, Missouri and Arkansas)
- July 13: Leaders and Best in 50 States: Moving to the Diaries Edition (Oregon, Kansas, Texas, Iowa)
- July 23: Leaders and Best in 50 States: Back From a Hiatus Edition (DC, Puerto Rico and 14 states)