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He earned a PhD at the intersection of computational and experimental cancer biology from the University of Cambridge. Only two scores are recorded in American where a victory was won in more decided style. After the game, Buffalo's Coach Gordon said Michigan was "one of the most wonderful teams he ever saw,"  and added, "Michigan can defeat any team in the East. Several newspapers used the Buffalo game as a point of reference in assessing the strength of Michigan's team. The Pittsburgh Press reported that Michigan's big victory over a "fairly strong" Buffalo team "shows that Michigan has a remarkable team.
They were coached by a Dartmouth man and had not been scored upon. Buffalo papers referred to Michigan as the Woolly Westerners, and the Buffalo enthusiasts placed bets that Michigan would not score. About fifteen minutes after the second half had started, Yost discovered a Buffalo player, Simpson, "on Michigan's side of the field, covered up in a blanket. You are on the wrong side. I know where I am at. The coach has put me in three times already and I'm not going in there again.
Enough is enough for any one. Eben Wilson and Willie Heston also scored touchdowns. Carlisle in also played several of the major Eastern teams, losing a close game to Penn 14—16 , and also losing to Cornell 0—17 and Harvard 0— Accordingly, the Michigan-Carlisle game triggered a debate as to whether Michigan's football team was as strong as Harvard and the other leading teams of the East.
Carlisle played the Michigan game without its star tackle, Martin Wheelock , who was injured one week earlier against Harvard. After the game, Pop Warner, who had predicted a victory before the game, asserted that his team was depleted by injuries and opined that Michigan was not as strong as Harvard.
The New York Times pointed to the Carlisle game as evidence that Michigan's remarkable season was not limited to small institutions.
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Coach Yost later wrote that he believed Michigan would have won by an even larger score if Redden had not been injured. On November 9, , undefeated Michigan faced an undefeated Ohio State team that had allowed opponents to score only five points in its five previous games. The game was the third meeting in what would become the Michigan—Ohio State football rivalry , with the two teams having played to a scoreless tie in their prior match in Michigan won the game, 21—0, at Ohio Field in Columbus, Ohio , in front of a crowd of approximately 4, persons.
A special train carried Michigan students to the game on the Ann Arbor and Hocking Valley railroads. Ohio State held the Wolverines to their lowest point total of the season. Prior to the game, the head coaches argued over the length of the game, Yost insisting on regulation halves of 30 minute and Ohio State's John B.
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Eckstorm insisting that the first half be limited to 25 minutes. When the umpire threatened Ohio State with a forfeiture, coach Eckstrom agreed to play regulation halves of 30 minutes.
Michigan scored three touchdowns in the first half. Left tackle Hugh White scored the first touchdown on a two-yard run with Bruce Shorts kicking the goal from touchdown to give Michigan a lead. Michigan's second touchdown was scored by left halfback Willie Heston on a yard run. Fullback Neil Snow scored the third touchdown of the first half and also scored the only touchdown of the second half. The Detroit Free Press noted that Ohio State's players sought to slow the pace of Michigan's "hurry up" style of play.
This playing for wind was so apparent that the Michigan players finally burlesqued it. The Ohio men could not stand the gaff, and their doctors and trainer ran more yards than both teams put together. Chicago had won three of the prior four matches, including a 15—6 victory over Michigan in Coach Yost noted, "I knew long before I came to Michigan of the great rivalry existing between this University and the University of Chicago. It was my desire to win this game above all others. The game was played in minute halves at Regents Field in front of one of the largest crowds that ever attended a game up to that time in Ann Arbor.
Michigan won the game, 22—0. Michigan's first touchdown was scored by fullback Neil Snow with Bruce Shorts kicking for the goal after touchdown. The second touchdown was scored at the 9-minute mark in the first half by left tackle Hugh White on a "mass play" on Chicago's left end.
Shorts missed the kick for goal from touchdown. In the second half, Shorts scored Michigan's third touchdown after 5: Despite the win, Coach Yost was disappointed with the low point total accumulated by his team and publicly stated that "we would have scored many more points on Chicago if the field had been dry.
The Chicago team was not to the same extent handicapped by reason of the fact that it did not rely upon speed to advance the ball. End-running was impossible, and we were compelled to make our gains by line-bucking which is a slow process. Michigan played its final home game on November 23 and won, 89—0, over Beloit College. The game was played in minute halves at Regents Field in Ann Arbor. Shorts also scored on 14 goals from touchdown, giving him 19 points.
Fullback Neil Snow added three touchdowns for 15 points, and single touchdowns were scored by Heston, White, Graver, Sweeley and Redden. Michigan closed its regular season schedule on Thanksgiving Day, November 28, with a 50—0 win over the University of Iowa in front of a crowd of 10, spectators at West Side Park in Chicago. Neil Snow also scored a touchdown for Michigan. After the conclusion of the football season, Michigan, was invited to play against Stanford in the first Rose Bowl Game in Pasadena, California. Michigan won the game on New Year's Day by the score of 49—0.
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Neil Snow scored five touchdowns. Forrest tackle , and Paul J. The Michigan team was the first of Yost's "Point-a-Minute" teams, so named for their high scoring offense. After the first four games, a Boston newspaper noted that Michigan "has scored an average of one point for every minute of play. After six games, the Wolverines had scored points in minutes. At the conclusion of the season, team captain Hugh White gave head coach Fielding Yost and trainer Keene Fitzpatrick substantial credit for the performance of the team.
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He credited the coach with "inoculating into the men some of Mr. Yost's own spirit, impulsiveness and optimism," and with having the "faculty of adapting his plays to the material at hand so that he got the best there was out of every one of the eleven men. Consider a team training nearly four months, without a man going stale, and but one injured so that he had to be taken out of the game! Then in addition a trip of nearly miles, from a climate where the thermometer registered 10 degrees below zero, into one of summer weather, and eleven men playing through an entire game and finishing it with faster and stronger play than at the beginning!
Such were the results achieved by our trainer. Too much praise cannot be given him. For its impressive average of 50 points per game on offense and eleven games of scoreless defense, the team has been recognized as one of the greatest college football teams of all time. At the end of the season, team captain Hugh White wrote: The punting of Everett Sweeley was also an important element in Michigan's success in Sweeley was regarded as "the best punter in the country.
Michigan ran plays in the Iowa game, compared to run by Harvard in the Harvard—Yale game of The fast pace of Michigan's play on offense earned Yost the nickname "Hurry Up. Michigan's line was strong on defense. The fullback was called upon to make a tackle only once in the entire season. In the final three games of the season, Michigan's defense allowed only seven first downs.
Four of Michigan's opponents Albion , Case , Beloit , and Indiana never had possession of the ball in Michigan's territory. Only Northwestern and Buffalo moved the ball inside Michigan's yard line, and those two instances came on penalties against Michigan for forward passes. Only one player was taken out of a game for injury, and he returned to practice the Monday after the Saturday game.
The following chart provides a visual depiction of Michigan's lineup during the season with games started at the position reflected in parenthesis. The chart mimics Yost's short punt formation while on offense, with the quarterback under center. The following 13 players received varsity "M" letters for their participation on the football team: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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