I was fortunate to be able to re-route my trip home from the Talk Show Boot Camp in Los Angeles through Nashville and up to Columbus, OH for an amazing tribute to a beloved radio broadcaster who touched countless lives throughout his short time on this planet. Dave “Rock & Roll” Robbins was from Ohio
A true story by Art Vuolo, Jr. In a stunning turn of events, the University of Michigan had to find a new radio home for their football and basketball games after the 2005 season when 50,000 watt WJR-AM (760) abruptly announced on Thursday, October 13, 2005, that they would no longer be carrying any U
Brady Hoke: When Michigan’s new football coach, Brady Hoke, held his first official press conference on Wednesday, January 12, 2011, and fans of the Maize & Blue rallied around this “New Michigan Man” from Dayton, OH. That’s the region of the state known as “the cradle of coaches.” Bo Schembechler came from the town of
from the personal archives of Art Vuolo, Jr. For any true Michigan Football fan, we’ve put together a special 2 hour DVD which contains many memorable moments, including: Memories of Bob Ufer: The 1981 Season -it’s a moving look back at the ultimate “homer”; Hi-Lites of the stunning 1993 victory over Ohio State in The
Commentary by Art Vuolo, Jr. It’s widely known that I have been archiving Michigan Football games for over thirty years now and I have noticed a number of interesting things about numbers and in particular the number ten as it pertains to U of M games. As I sit here on Sunday night October 10th,
These are special charity roasts that are real collectors items Ron Kramer – the legendary ole number 87. Recorded live at the Ann Arbor Sheraton Hotel on June 2, 2000 with roasters: Don Canham, Jim Brandstatter, Dave Diles, Norm Masters, Earl Morrall, Jerry Green, and Bo Schembechler! MC is Bob Forman. Rated PG-21 Time: 101 minutes.