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October 1999

October 1999


Bo

© October 1999

Glenn E. "Bo" Schembechler retired after the 1989 season as the winningest coach in the illustrious history of Michigan football (194-48-5). Schooled as an assistant under the legendary Woody Hayes, Bo's name became synonymous with toughness, winning, Wolverine football, and dominance in the 1970's as his teams won more regular season games than any other school (96-10-3). During his 21-year tenure at the Big House, Michigan won or tied for 13 Big 10 championships, and he guided 17 teams to bowl games, including 10 Rose Bowls. Prior to arriving in Michigan, Schembechler was the head man at his alma mater, Miami of Ohio for six seasons. Not once in his 27-year head coaching career did he ever have a losing squad.

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