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1945 Michigan Wolverines Program Cover Canvas Art by Row One
The University of Michigan won 40-0 in Ann Arbor over the Michigan State Spartans. The Wolverines finished #6 in America. Terrific vintage football kicker artwork.
- Ready to hang with a wire hanger
- Superior quality canvas art
- Dust cover back
- 1.5 inch wide sides
- Available in three sizes
- Digitally restored for vibrant color
- Shipped within 7 business days
- Printed in the U.S.A.
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Design Copyright 2016 Row One Brand
The 1945 Michigan Wolverines football team represented the University of Michigan in the 1945 college football season. In their eighth year under head coach was Fritz Crisler, the Wolverines compiled a 7–3 record (5–1 Big Ten) and finished the season ranked #6 in the final Associated Press Poll. Quarterback Joe Ponsetto was the team captain, and center Harold Watts won the Most Valuable Player award and was selected as a first-team All-Big Ten Conferenceplayer.
Michigan's three losses during the 1945 season came against teams ranked in the top four in the final AP Poll: #1 Army (28–7 loss at Yankee Stadium), #3 Navy(33–7 loss at Baltimore Stadium), and #4 Indiana (13–7 loss at Michigan Stadium). The Wolverines also defeated three ranked opponents in Illinois, Minnesota, and Ohio State. In their seven victories, the team registered three shutouts and outscored the teams 166 to 25, including margins of 40–0 and 26–0 in rivalry games against Michigan State and Minnesota.
- Item #: 1945-MW