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Celebrate 25th anniversary of Michigan football’s championship season with our new book

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Michigan Wolverines fans never will forget the future Pro Football Hall of Famer who won the Heisman Trophy by intercepting passes, catching passes and returning punts.

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Or the walk-on quarterback who became the MVP of the Rose Bowl.

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Or the College Football Hall of Fame coach who so many thought wasn’t the man for the job, considered part of an antiquated machinery passed on from Bo and Mo.

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Believe it or not, it’s time to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the incredible 1997 season when the Wolverines went undefeated, won a thrilling Rose Bowl and captured the national championship, the school’s 11th and first in nearly a half-century.

To commemorate the anniversary — for one of the most-beloved championship teams in Michigan history — the Free Press has crafted a new hardcover book, “Hail, Yes! 25 Years Later: Relive the 1997 Michigan Wolverines’ Run to the Rose Bowl and the National Championship.”

The Free Press is producing a special commemorative book - "Hail, Yes!  25 Years Later: Relive the 1997 Michigan Wolverines’  Run to the Rose Bowl and the National Championship  - to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Michigan's most recent national football title.
The Free Press is producing a special commemorative book – “Hail, Yes! 25 Years Later: Relive the 1997 Michigan Wolverines’ Run to the Rose Bowl and the National Championship” – to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Michigan’s most recent national football title.

Besides Charles Woodson, Brian Griese and Lloyd Carr, fans will always remember the fourth-down stop against Notre Dame, the comeback from 14 points down against Iowa, Woodson’s one-handed interception against Michigan State, the rout at Penn State that ended the country’s longest winning streak, Woodson’s epic punt return against Ohio State and the heart-pumping finale against Washington State and Ryan Leaf in Pasadena.

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“Hail, yes! 25 Years Later” features 208 glossy, full-color pages and behind-the-scenes stories from the Free Press’ award-winning writers who covered the 1997 team, such as Mitch Albom, Keith Gave and Charlie Vincent. The book also takes a fresh look at your favorite memories and all 11 Michigan national championships.

This collectors’ book is a must-have for all Wolverines fans.

“Hail, yes! 25 Years Later” costs $45, but you can get it for $33.75 by preordering through Sept. 14 at UM.PictorialBook.com. The book will ship Oct. 21.

It’s never too early to order “Hail, Yes!” as a holiday gift (at a discount!) for the Wolverines nuts in your life.

Gene Myers retired from the Free Press in late 2015 after 22½ years as sports editor. He is the editor for “Hail, Yes! 25 Years Later,” as he has been for countless Free Press books over the decades, including Maize & Glory! The Epic Story of Michigan’s 2021 Return to the Top of the Big Ten,” “Stanleytown 25 Years Later: The Inside Story on How the Stanley Cup Returned to the Motor City after 41 Frustrating Seasons,” “The Joe: Memories from the Heart of Hockeytown,” “Gordie: The Legend of Mr. Hockey,” “Mr. Tiger: The Legend of Al Kaline, Detroit’s Own,” “Mr. March: One Coach, 25 Years of Spartans Glory,” and “Mick McCabe’s Golden Yearbook: 50 Great Years of Michigan’s Best High School Players, Teams & Memories.”

This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Press: Michigan football’s 1997 national title celebration in new book



Source: sports.yahoo.com

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