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TWIMFbH: A Ticket to Michigan Football’s Valhalla (Washington 2002)
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Racquelle Nash writes about fashion for the Norwich (Conn.) Bulletin and other publications as a freelancer. She follows trends, celebs and styles at stores you can afford to shop at. Contact her at rnn1545@yahoo.com.
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Welcome to the first edition of the 4th season(!) of This Week in Michigan Football History.
This time we step back to exactly 11 years this Saturday to the seesaw battle against the sweatervested Rick Neuheisel and his Washington Huskies in the 2002 season opener. The wild events of the final couple minutes caused many a Michigan man to lose his hair, especially those enduring the brutal heat that day. But in the end, coach Carr chose wisely and and the name Phil Brabbs is forever etched in Wolverine lore.
Rick's Sweatervest If you missed it, I chatted with Brabbs this week about the kick, kicking cancer’s ass and more.
And P.S. I know old Ufe’ used to say “..to the coast of lake Huron,” but my boys Sap and Kryk we’re listening in Canada, ok? So Lake Erie it is.
Remember–You can catch all of the This Week in Michigan Football History clips here. Listen to it live tomorrow on the KeyBank Countdown to kick-off on WTKA 1050AM or catch it live inside the Bud Light Victors Lounge.
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