131 years ago today Michigan took the field for the first time against Racine and won by a score of 1-0.
Coaches' timeouts are worse. Basketball teams should get one, full stop.
This day should be a mini MGoBlog holiday.
Jeez it seems like we were just celebrating the 125th year! Time flies...
still look like a bunch you wouldn't want to mess with.
Anybody wondering why they played a game in the middle of summer?
Things were a lot more informal back then. Teams probably just played whenever both were free.
Awesome find, hopefully this year is one to remember for a lot of positive reasons.
A special kind of holiday before memorial day. What exactly does a score of 1-0 mean, though? Is that the equivalent of a field goal to nothing, or a touchdown?
I'm guessing that a 'Rusher' is equivalent to a modern-day 'Lineman'. Would a 'Goalkeeper' be the same as, say, a safety?
I keep forgetting that the forward pass wasn't legal yet...confusing. Nice research though.