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Michigan Wolverines Football - History - Schembechler Era (1969–1989)
... Buckeyes, winning 24–12, going to the Rose Bowl, and launching The Ten Year War between Hayes and Schembechler ... or Michigan won at least a share of the Big Ten title and represented the Big Ten in the Rose Bowl every season ... player during the 1978 Gator Bowl, thus ending The Ten Year War ...
History Of Iowa Hawkeyes Football - 1980s & 1990s – Hayden Fry Era
... He emphasized defense and brought a wide-open passing game to the Big Ten for the first time ... in 1981, and the Hawkeyes not only clinched a winning record, but also a Big Ten title and a Rose Bowl berth ... last-minute victories over Michigan State and Michigan to win their first outright Big Ten title since 1958 ...
Michigan–Ohio State Football Rivalry - Series History - "Snow Bowl" and Woody Hayes (1950–68)
... The Buckeyes, who led the Big Ten, were granted the option to cancel the game against Michigan, which would have, by default, given the Buckeyes the Big Ten title outright and won them a trip to Pasadena ... Michigan gained a 9–3 victory, securing the Big Ten title and a Rose Bowl berth ... three." The victory gave top-ranked Ohio State the Big Ten title for the first time in seven years en route to an AP national championship ...

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