The Famous 1973 Vote (6 to 4) Sending Ohio to the Rose Bowl
|Don Canham - Michigan||Voted for Michigan|
|Elroy Crazy Legs Hirsch (traitor)- Wisconsin||Voted for Ohio|
|Bump Eliott - Iowa (MI Man)||Voted for Michigan|
|George King - Purdue||Voted for Ohio|
|Bill Orwing - Indiana (MI Man)||Voted for Michigan|
|Paul Giel - Minnesota||Voted for Michigan|
|Ed Weaver - Ohio||Voted for Ohio|
|Cecil Coburn - Illinois||Voted for Ohio|
|Tippy Dye - Northwestern||Voted for Ohio|
|Burth Smith - MSU (MI Man, Biggest Traitor)||Voted for Ohio|
It is Ohio week. There is nothing more important that that. There is no more important game on Michigan's schedule than the one they are going down the tunnel to play on November 29th. Just look at the current situation, another undefeated Ohio team. Another discussion about whether they should play for the National Championship.
We cannot pin our hopes on Little Brother beating Ohio nor should we. Rooting for Sparty just feels wrong especially since the Big Ten Network special on the famous 1973 vote to send Ohio to the Rose Bowl. This is our time - "This is Michigan!"
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