University of Michigan - Michiganensian Yearbook (Ann Arbor, MI)

 - Class of 2004

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At the tine of scrimmage during the Ohio State game, center Dave Pearson awaits quarterback John Navarre ' s call for the snap. Pearson, a fifth year senior, switched from defensive back to center in his junior year. J. Neff photo Senior runningback Tim Bracken beats his Illinois defender to score a touchdown for the Wolverines. The touchdown was scored on a 27-yard run. Tedjasukmaua photo Pulling John Navarre aside. Coach Lloyd Carr talks to his quarterback about strategy for the next series. Navarre threw for 3,060 yards on 243 completions, including 23 touchdown passes. J. Neff photo

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S. * * - . BET Leaping over the Illinois defense, senior Chris Perry scores a touchdown for the Wolverines. As a running back. Perry posted 140 yards on 24 carries with three touchdowns during the Illinois Homecoming game. L. Proux photo ~ ~ Steve Breaston sprints down the field with the football on a punt return. Breaston started as just punt receiver for the Wolverine ' s special teams but his ability to make plays expanded his role on the field. Neff photo Football 159



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FOOTBALL Tackling I h~ii iff L_ 1^3* if i ^^ " ^^^^ Their Season By Nicole Marnnio CENTRAL MICHIGAN HOUSTON NOTRE DAME OREGON INDIANA IOWA MINNESOTA ILLINOIS PURDUE MICHIGAN STATE NORTHWESTERN OHIO STATE With hard work and leadership by an experienced set of captains and coaches, the University of Michigan football team experienced a tremendous season. The Wolverines ' ended the season with an impressive 10-2 record and a 7-1 record against conference opponents, thereby earning them the Big Ten Championship title. The season opener against the Central Michigan Chippewas on August 30 th was only the beginning of what would prove to be an exciting season. This game marked head coach Lloyd Carr ' s 100 th career game, and the team played aggressively as a testament to this fact. Records were broken as Chris Perry carried 232 yards that game, which was the most ever by a Wolverine rusher in a season opener. The game ended in a Wolverine victory, with a final score of 45-7. The following weekend, the team demolished Houston at the Big House. John Navarre earned the most completions for a Michigan quarterback in a career. A week later, ESPN ' s College Football Game Day crew was present to witness Michigan shut out one of the biggest rivals, Notre Dame, with a score of 38-0. This was the first shut out by Michigan against Notre Dame since 1 902, and the 38-0 score was the most points ever scored by either team in the history of the series. Unfortunately, the Wolverines did not have what it took to defeat the Oregon Ducks on September 20 th , as Oregon enjoyed a victory at Autzen Stadium. With the pressure on and adrenaline running, the Wolverines met the Indiana Hoosiers, their first Big Ten opponent, with victory on their minds. And that was just what they did, making their conference record 1-0. Unfortunately, the Wolverines could not hold their composure as they lost the next game to the Iowa Hawkeyes at Kinnick Stadium. After this FOOTBALL SCORES w w w L W L W W W W W W 45-7 50-3 38-0 27-31 31-17 27-30 38-35 56-14 31-3 27-20 41-10 35-21 disappointing loss, the team knew that they really had to step up and " win out " in order to prove to their fans and critics their true abilities and determination. Spirits were high once again on October 10 th , as Michigan achieved the greatest comeback in school history, defeating the Minnesota Gophers 38-35 and retaining possession of the Little Brown Jug. This marked the 1 00 th anniversary of the game that began this rivalry, and the Brown Jug was the oldest trophy in college football. This game also marked the turnaround in the Wolverine season, beginning what would be a six game winning streak. On October 18 th , the team achieved the 79* homecoming victory, crushing Illinois. Coach Carr earned his 50 th career win at home, improving his record to 50-6 at the Big House. Chris Perry also ran for his 3,000th career- rushing yard in the first half.Victory reigned on October 25 th , with a massacre of the Purdue Boilermakers and again on November 1 st against the intrastate rival Michigan State at Spartan Stadium. Against MSU, Chris Perry carried the ball a record breaking 51 times for 219 yards, the second 200 yard game in his career. Playing their second to last game at Northwestern University, the team smelled revenge for their amazing loss three years prior. The Wolverines won in an easy fashion, 41-10. Following this victory, fans started seeing roses, but awaited anxiously to see how well the team would deliver against their biggest rival. In front of a record-breaking crowd of 112,188 at the Big House, the Wolverines clinched a victory over the Ohio State Buckeyes, 35-21. Despite warnings from the announcer, students rushed onto the field to celebrate with the players. The win secured the Big Ten Championship for the first time since 1997, and set them up for a spot in the BCS Rose Bowl. Football 161

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