Wolverine Historian Michigan Football Game Highlight Archive [torrent]

Submitted by MGoArchive on June 12th, 2013 at 7:53 PM

Thanks to a fellow MGoBlogger who had the foresight to capture all* of Wolverine Historian's YouTube uploads, we can now share and distribute WH's archive of game highlights. I believe these highlights were all of WH's archives (it spans from 1950-2012), but please correct me if I'm wrong and certainly share any videos I might be missing in this torrent. It's a rather large download (29GB), but we've got some good bandwidth behind it.

*Edit, link fixed.

Link - https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1308556/Torrents/Michigan%20Football%20Game%20Highlight%20Videos%20%5B1950-2012%5D.torrent

Comments

WolverineHistorian

June 12th, 2013 at 8:45 PM ^

Thank you, Wolverine Devotee. 

I should have told you that about 20 of those videos weren't worth transferring to torrent.  Anything uploaded in 2007/early 2008 looks really bad now with bad picture and horrible editing, as I didn't really know what I was doing yet.  But everything else is very much appreciated. 

turtleboy

June 12th, 2013 at 8:18 PM ^

You, sir, are my hero. Thank you and WH very much. Rewatching Michigan's every snap videos was one of my favorite pastimes. I was really mad when they disappeared.

gwkrlghl

June 12th, 2013 at 8:58 PM ^

I thought all of WH's work was lost forever. Glad people will still be able to watch old highlights will the real highlights collect dust in some media-douche's warehouse

MGoNuts

June 12th, 2013 at 9:23 PM ^

I hope that this act of forethought and generosity is considered as payback for whatever Wolverine Devotee did to earn a trip to Bolivia. I would happily give WD all of my Mgopoints in exchange for these video gems.

buddhafrog

June 13th, 2013 at 3:58 AM ^

This might be the best place to ask this:

Where can I find Fab Five torrents?

My 12 year old son just wrote a four page book report about Mitch Album's book 'Fab Five' - and the homework only asked for up to one page.  I was glad to see how excited he was about the book.  He's a basketball player, just winning the city championship and being awarded MVP for his second straight city tournament (Ulsan, South Korea).

I'm on the hunt to download some Fab Five games for him, but was suprised to find none available.  We've seen the 30 for 30 doc, but I'm looking for games.

Anyone know where to find these games?