The 1964 season was a special one for the Michigan Wolverines.
Bump Elliott had an up-and-down tenure as UM football coach, but as the above Big Ten Network highlight reel shows, '64 was his "greatest coaching triumph."
1964 was a different story. Elliot's team went 9-1, won the Big Ten and beat Oregon State in the Rose Bowl. The Wolverines beat four top-10 teams and finished the regular season ranked No. 4 in the AP Poll. Quarterback Bob Timberlake was named a first-team All-American.
The only loss came at the hands of Purdue — led by Bob Griese — by the score of 21-20.