U-M football great DESMOND HOWARD, the 1991 Heisman Trophy winner, was honored at the Michigan-Notre Dame "Under the Lights" game on Sept. 10, 2011, in recognition of his recent induction into the College Football Hall of Fame. In a pregame ceremony, Howard was announced as the inaugural honoree in a new "Michigan Football Legends" program that will recognize the school's all-time gridiron greats. A 1991 consensus All-American, Howard became the first receiver in history to lead the Big Ten Conference in scoring, and he set or tied five NCAA records and 12 single-season Michigan records during his senior year. He is currently an analyst on ESPN College Football GameDay, which visited Ann Arbor for the Notre Dame game.
S P E C I A L P U B L I C A T I O N
The Under the Lights Game Program is a unique collector's item that includes a full-color insert with an audio chip that features Desmond Howard and "The Catch" against Notre Dame in 1991. Programs will be available at Michigan Stadium on Sept. 10 or may be purchased online.
PSA: Desmond urges U-M students to moderate their alcohol intake so they can "stay in the blue."
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The Under the Lights Game Program features a 30-second audio compilation of Desmond Howard's famous catch against Notre Dame at Michigan Stadium in 1991, with audio from head coach Gary Moeller on the field, and Brent Musberger and Frank Beckmann from the press box. Hear a snippet of coach Gary Moeller's audio below as well as full versions of audio from Moeller, Musberger and Beckmann: