For more than two decades, Tom Hemingway was the most authoritative and trusted voice of Michigan Football. In these pages he brings to life the people, the plays, the performances that indelibly colored the thrilling history of U of M sports.
From recollections of the legendary Bennie Oosterbaan and Fritz Crisler to his electric play-by-play during the regime of Bo Schembechler, Hemingway takes you behind the mic and behind the scenes in the Big House and on the road. With warmth, wit, and candor, Hemingway describes the perks and the pains of collegiate sports broadcasting.
Working across the U of M sports spectrum, Hemingway called the action on basketball in the glory days of Michigan basketball. He brings to life the championship era of Cazzie, Ollie Darden, Bill Buntin and more.
The most versatile sports broadcaster ever to cover the University of Michigan makes this a must-read for any Wolvering fan of any age, and era.