Yes, Brendan Gibbons is also number 34, but no one deserves his moment in Michigan lore more than Phil Brabbs.
Sitting in the south end zone, I watched a kicker no one had ever heard of walk onto the field, smash a field goal from -- get this -- the 34-yard line, and somehow Michigan had won. Tenth-ranked Washington went home a bunch of sad sacks, and they'd given Michigan a chance at the win by committing an illegal substitution penalty on fourth down. I take it as the sweetest of revenge against Rick Neuheisal who commanded that evil Colorado team that beat Michigan in 1994.
Brabbs will never have to worry about no one knowing who the hell he is for the rest of time.