Rothstein has an interesting "Catching Up with" article at annarbor.com titled "Even in Norway, former Michigan tight end Jack Clancy heard about Roy Rountree breaking his record."
Evidently, Clancy since 1980 has lived in Norway, where he works for Halliburton. He hadn't been aware that he still held a Michigan record until he began receiving e-mails on Saturday. He had this to say about Roundtree breaking it:
"It’s kind of interesting for a record like that to lay around for so many years," Clancy said. "And then have it blasted out of the record books pretty decisively, I would say."
The article is worth a read and is accompanied by a video narrated by Bill Flemming with highlights from Michigan's 1966 season. Clancy made some pretty impressive catches that year.