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Great Wolverine Tag Teams -- Online Poll
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Who do you think rates No. 1 among some of Michigan's all-time great athletic tandems Use the radio buttons to the left of the names to select one top tandem and click the "Submit Ballot" button. Limit one ballot submission per person per day. Voting ends October 15, 2007.

To read more about these great student-athletes, check out the fall issue of M Magazine. Results of the voting will be published in the next issue of M in December.

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Chad Henne and Mike Hart
(Football, 2004-07)
2004 Freshman All-Americans
2006 All-Americans (Mike, first team; Chad, third team)

Brendan Morrison and Mike Knuble
(Ice Hockey, 1993-95)
Ranked No. 1 and 3 nationally in scoring in 1995
Played in 1995 NCAA Frozen Four before going on to NHL careers

Kaitlyn Brady and Lindsey Smith
(Women's Swimming, 2003-06)
Combined for 17 NCAA All-America honors and 17 honorable mentions
Both are Big Ten Conference record-holders

Abby Crumpton and Kacy Beitel
(Women's Soccer, 1999-2000)
Combined for five All-Big Ten first team and two second-team honors
Led U-M to the Big Ten title and NCAA Tournament

Glen Rice and Rumeal Robinson
(Men's Basketball, 1987-89)
Glen set an NCAA Tournament record with 184 points while Rumeal sank a pair of free throws in OT to win the 1989 NCAA title.
Both were selected in the first round of the NBA Draft

Jeff Jacobson and Barry Larkin
(Baseball, 1983)
Double play tandem on U-M's 1983 College World Series team
Jacobson was a 1983 All-American, Larkin was an '84 and '85 All-American

Nate Brannen and Nick Willis
(Men's Track, 2003-05)
Combined for 13 NCAA All-America honors
Made up one half of U-M's collegiate record-setting distance medley relay team

Betsey Armstrong and Sheetal Narsai
(Water Polo, 2002-05)
Led U-M to the NCAA Tournament in 2002 and '05

Steve Hutchinson and Jeff Backus
(Football, 1997-2000)
Protected the likes of Tom Brady and Drew Henson as linemen
Both have gone on to big-time NFL careers

April Fronzoni and Kristi Gannon
(Field Hockey, 2000-03)
Led U-M as sophomores to the 2001 NCAA title

Becky Marx and Jennie Ritter
(Softball, 2004-05)
All-American catcher and pitcher who led U-M to the 2005 Women's College World Series title
Marx caught four of Ritter's five career no-hitters, including a perfect game in 2005

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