The first successful filming of a College Football game was in 1904 at a game between the University of Michigan and the University of Chicago.
The first successful filming of a college football game was in 1904 at a game between the University of Michigan and the University of Chicago.
The first American football game filmed was between the University of Michigan and the University of Chicago in 1904. Click on the 'First Filmed American Football Game' link on this page to read about the game.
Michigan defeated Racine 1 to nothing in 1879.
University of Michigan versus University of Chicago, 1904
The University of Michigan played their first football game on May 30, 1879 against a team from Racine, Wisconsin. Michigan won the game 1-0.
Michigan University played Racine College on May, 30 1879 in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The first telecast of a Michigan footballgame occurred on Sept. 27, 1947, a 55-0 victory by the Wolverines over Michigan State at MichiganStadium.
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1887. Michigan won, 8 - 0. Michigan had been playing since 1879. It was Notre Dame's first game.
The first bowl game was the 1902 Rose Bowl between Michigan and Stanford with Michigan winning 49 - 0.
Central Michigan's first game was played in 1896 against Alma High School. Alma won 14-5.