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1975 Michigan Wolverines (Student)

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1975 Michigan Wolverines (Student)
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1975 Michigan Wolverines Student Season ticket sheet. (9 available) 
Vs: Stanford Cardinals. Baylor Bears, Missouri Tigers, Northwestern Wildcats, Indiana Hoosiers, Purdue Boilermakers, Ohio State Buckeyes.
Sheet has not been Perforated between games.

Section, Row and seat numbers will Vary/Differ from photo.
Perfect for Framing and or Gifting to your Favorite Michigan Wolverines fan/Collector


The 1975 Michigan Wolverines football team was an American football team that represented the University of Michigan in the 1975 Big Ten Conference football season. In it seventh season under head coach Bo Schembechler, Michigan compiled an 8–2–2 record (7–1 against conference opponents), outscored all opponents by a total of 324 to 130, and was ranked No. 8 in the final AP and UPI polls.[1][2]

Michigan was ranked No. 2 in the preseason AP poll and won its opening game against Wisconsin. After playing consecutive tie games with unranked Stanford and Baylor teams, Michigan dropped to No. 12 in the AP poll. Michigan then won seven straight games, including a convincing victory over No. 5 Missouri and rivalry games against No. 15 Michigan State and a talented Minnesota squad led by quarterback Tony Dungy. In the final game of the regular season, Michigan was ranked No. 4 and lost a close game against No. 1 Ohio State. The Wolverines were invited to play in the 1976 Orange Bowl where they lost a close game against 1975 national champion Oklahoma.

Tailback Gordon Bell led the team in rushing (1,390 yards) and scoring (84 points) and received the team's most valuable player award. The team's other statistical leaders included quarterback Rick Leach with 680 passing yards and split end Jim Smith with 553 receiving yards.[3] Defensive back Don Dufek was selected as a first-team All-American, and ten Michigan players received first- or second-team honors on the 1975 All-Big Ten Conference football team.

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