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Michigan Hands Out Team Awards at 95th Annual Football Bust

The Wolverines celebrated their 9-3 season in 2015 by handing rings to the seniors and team awards, including Most Valuable Player.

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The 95th Annual Michigan Football Bust was held at Laurel Manor on Monday night to celebrate Michigan football's 9-3 season in 2015. Head coach Jim Harbaugh spoke before the crowd, telling them that he felt like this team gave everything that it had and that Michigan got its dignity back. He then proceeded to hand out rings to all 44 of Michigan's seniors, even the ones that will be asked to return for a fifth season if they have an additional year of eligibility. Then, the night ended as the Wolverines gave out their team awards, which was highlighted by wide receiver Jehu Chesson, who caught 45 passes for 646 yards and eight touchdowns, added two rushing and one kickoff return touchdowns, and became a vertical weapon for Jake Rudock in the second half of the season, being named the team's MVP. Here's the full list of awards:

Bo Schembechler Most Valuable Player: Jehu Chesson

Hugh H. Rader Jr. Offensive Lineman of the Year: Graham Glasgow

Richard Katcher Defensive Lineman of the Year: Ryan Glasgow and Chris Wormley

Roger Zatkoff Linebacker of the Year: Desmond Morgan

Bob Ufer's Bequest (Most Enthusiasm and Love for Michigan): Joe Bolden

Dr. Arthur D. Robinson Scholarship Award (Best Student-Athlete): Michael Jocz


There are a few additional tidbits to report from the bust as well: