I know, it's been far too long, but I was listening to this game today at work (thanks to Wolverine Historian, of course) and was really captivated by the intro... so much so, that I felt compelled to type it up and share for all my MGoFriends. Whoa. Nelly.
"When the last glow drips away from the Big House at Michigan
It's a good time to have a seat and listen.
Here, Yost, Kipke, Crisler
And in your mind's eye, see the lads who wore the colors:
Harmon, who played both ways all the way to a Heisman Trophy
And got a standing ovation once, at the Horsehoe.
And Archie Griffin, the double Heisman man from Ohio State,
Who had his moments-- So many to remember,
Players and coaches,
But there are two coaches who had a special place in this history:
Woody and Bo, the salt and pepper of the series.
Giants in their profession, their histronics legendary
And, they could win;
This is a remarkable festival annually, whether here or at the Horseshoe;
There are the great bands, fight that team across the field,
Show them Ohio's here;
Hail to the Victors, Valiant, Hail to the Conq'ring Heroes;
Today another bounty of memories, concluding a hundred years,
of Buckeyes and Wolverines."