Who could have predicted that Tom Brady, a two-year starter with little fanfare at Michigan, would become one of the most beloved quarterbacks of the last two decades. Not only did he have the task of succeeding Brian Griese, but he also had to fend off the challenge from Drew Henson taking his job. Statistically, Brady was in the middle of the pack of Michigan quarterbacks all-time for his career marks, but he made it count in the 1999 season. Losing only to Illinois and Michigan State, Brady got Michigan into their first BCS game. The catch was that it was an Orange Bowl against mighty Alabama, before Alabama was Unstoppable Freak of Terror Alabama. They had Shaun Alexander on that team, but it was Brady who ripped their defense to shreds. In the process, he set a Michigan record for single-game completions (34) and got the Wolverines a stunning overtime win after Alabama's kicker missed a PAT.