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The Leaders and Best * After the 2007 season Michigan led Notre Dame in all-time winning percentage (74.5%) by 0.6% and 18.5 games. * 11 National Championships: 1997, 1948, 1947, 1933, 1932, 1923, 1918, 1904, 1903, 1902, 1901. * 42 Big Ten Conference championships, which is the most conference championships for any Division 1-A (Bowl Subdivision) team. * Michigan has a winning record against all ten conference opponents. * Weekly appearances in the AP poll is 748 (was #1 in NCAA until 2008). * Michigan finished the season ranked in the AP Top 25 every year from 1985 - 2004.
Streaks * Consecutive years appearing in a bowl game was 33 years from 1975-2007 (#1 in NCAA). * Not being shutout streak of 311 games (active) starting in 1984 (#2 in NCAA). * Undefeated streak of 56 games (55 wins, 1 tie) from 1901-1905 (#2 in NCAA). * Non-losing record streak of 40 seasons starting from 1968-2007 (#4 in NCAA). * The consecutive weeks appearing in the Associated Press poll streak (#1 active) ended at 114 with the loss to Wisconsin in 2005.
Trivia * The Winged Helmet debuted in 1938 in the Michigan State game. * The band first "took the field" in the autumn of 1898. * Louis Elbel wrote "The Victors" after the victory over Chicago in 1989. * The Michigan band performed the first script Ohio in 1932 in the game against Ohio State. * From 1901-1905 Michigan outscored opponents 2821-42, including allowing 0 points in 1901.
NCAA Top Performers * The 1997 team holds the NCAA record for the fewest yards allowed per completion in a season at 8.8. * Heisman Trophy winners: Charles Woodson (1997), Desmond Howard (1991), Tom Harmon (1940). * Charles Woodson (1995-1997) is the only defensive player to win the Heisman Trophy. * Anthony Carter (1979-82) holds the NCAA record for the highest average gain per play in a career at 17.4. * Rick Leach (1975-78) is #2 (by 0.003%) in the NCAA with the highest percentage of passes for touchdowns in a career at 9.7%.
Attendance Records * NCAA record for single-game attendance is 112,118 in 2003 versus Ohio State (capacity was 107,501) * NCAA record for average-game attendance is 111,175 in the 1999 season. * NCAA record for most consecutive 100,000+ crowds is 209 games (active) dating back to 1975. * Top 25+ games with the largest regular season game attendance (active). * Annual average game attendance leader in 34 of last 35 seasons (#2 in 1997 by 90) dating back to 1974.
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