Questions about who is the â€œbestâ€ in college football can be diluted by the pomp, pageantry and popularity of a team. Taking a look at Michiganâ€™s record, however, gives us the truth. With so many fans and supporters, finding Michigan Wolverines parking spaces will be difficult, so it is advisable to book Michigan Stadium parking spaces in advance. While the teamâ€™s statistics are great, its stadium is even greater. With a capacity of 109,901, Michigan Stadium is the largest sports arena in the United States, topping every NFL stadium. Michigan Stadium first opened for games in October 1927, and has been renovated and expanded numerous times since then, most recently in 2010.
The University of Michigan Wolverines formed in 1879, and developed into the winningest program in college football. Determining which school has the â€œbestâ€ team is subjective, but thereâ€™s no debating Michiganâ€™s record. By December 2012, the Wolverines .734 winning percentage tops â€˜em all. The team has additionally claimed 11 National Championships (most recently in 1997) and 113 winning seasons.
This dazzling record didnâ€™t come from nowhere, of course; the team has some exemplary coaches over the years to produce it. Of the 19 coaches that have guided the Wolverines, nine have been elected to the College Football Hall of Fame. Most notable is Fielding Yost, who coached from 1901-â€™23 and 1925-â€™26. During his tenure, six of the 11 national championships were won and Yost had an unbelievable record of 55-1-1 during his first five years. His offensive powerhouses garnered the â€œPoint-a-Minuteâ€ moniker. Finding Michigan Wolverines parking can be difficult, so it is best to book University of Michigan football parking spots in advance with ParkWhiz.
ParkWhiz is easy; all you need to do is find the game that you want to see, book your Michigan Wolverines parking spot and print out your ParkWhiz parking pass. Once thatâ€™s done, you can relax and enjoy the game, rather than trying to find Michigan Stadium parking spaces.
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