Go Blue: Scored in 361 Consecutive Games

Submitted by Engin77 on November 24th, 2012 at 6:05 PM
When Roundtree crossed the goal line in q1 today, he added the most recent link to the chain of games in which Michigan has scored at least once, stretching back to 10/20/1984 at Iowa. BYU also had a 361 game non-shutout streak, from 1975-2003. Michigan has tied that streak and can take sole possession of the record with a score in it's bowl game. A big thank-you to all those players who have blocked, run, passed, caught or intercepted during the last 28 seasons.
Note: the record book precedes this season; 349+12=361. NCAA FBS record book ( see page 111)

Comments

AMazinBlue

November 24th, 2012 at 6:23 PM ^

RichRod didn't crush when he was here.  Every other streak and record held dear by this program has been erased or reset because the joker of coach was here.

We are still living with turd sandwich he left us because our Oline and Dline can't play with the big boys.

I appreciate everything that every player has given to this program, but the truth is we don't have horses to compete on a national stage BY A LONG SHOT!

And the mindless offensive play-calling isn't helping.  WHY DOESN'T BRADY WEAR A HEADSET????

mmiicchhiiggaann

November 24th, 2012 at 6:28 PM ^

The only scary thought it that in the last 2 recruiting classes as good as they have been there are no offensive skill players that will dramatically change the face of the offense.

543Church

November 24th, 2012 at 7:05 PM ^

1984 was Bo's worst year....Harbaugh broke his arm in the State game and if I recall we played a third string QB named Chris Zurbrugg most of the season.  If Harbaugh hadn't played the beginning of the season it could have been 2008esque (3-8).