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Michigan releases all-time coaching mural — with everyone included

No matter what the record was or the amount of time spent with the Michigan football, the new mural hanging in Schembechler Hall includes every head coach in program history.

Michigan has a new display featuring all of its former head coaches inside Schembechler Hall. (Greg Frey's Twitter account)

The University of Michigan is one of the most historic and storied programs of all-time when it comes to college football.

With something that goes back as far as Wolverine football, there are many of different layers to what makes up the past of this football background.

Most of the memories are good, some are bad.

When it comes to coaches, for the most part, fans can look back and be proud of who has walked the sidelines at Michigan Stadium.

However, there was time period recently where football struggled. Those teams were under the coaching guidance of Brady Hoke and Rich Rodriguez.

Michigan v Michigan State
Ex-Michigan coach Brady Hoke looks on during Michigan v Michigan State game on October 25, 2014.
Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images

Today, Michigan released a brand new coaching mural which hangs inside of the Schembechler Hall museum.

Michigan run game coordinator Greg Frey tweeted out a photo of this new mural, which includes every Michigan head coach (past and present) and some current and former assistants.

Yes, every coach does include Rodriguez and Hoke.

Neither of the two former Michigan coaches had what could be considered successful runs at Michigan, as both coaches went a combined 46-42 from 2008-14.

When former athletic director Dave Brandon helped open Michigan's Towsley Museum inside Schembechler Hall back in 2014, the total number of displays even featuring Rodriguez's name were rare. The same could be said for almost any of the Michigan athletic facilities throughout the athletic side of Michigan's campus.

The mural that was put up today (that was designed by Michigan director of creative Aaron Bills) could be trying to award and show gratefulness to any coach that dedicated their time to the program.

Whether they were considered to be successful or unsuccessful with the Wolverines, it is a sign of being thankful.