Fans may order the Michigan-Notre Dame game program that includes a special audio insert on College Football Hall of Fame inductee Desmond Howard.
Order Now! The Michigan-Notre Dame commemorative program for the Sept. 10, 2011, "Under the Lights" game is a must for college football fans!
The two winningest college football teams go head-to-head in the first night game at historic Michigan Stadium, while 1991 Heisman Trophy winner Desmond Howard will be honored for his induction into the College Football Hall of Fame.
To commemorate these momentous occasions, the game program includes:
Audio Chip Insert: A never-before-heard 30-second audio compilation of Desmond Howard's famous catch against Notre Dame at Michigan Stadium in 1991.
Open the program and you'll HEAR three unique perspectives of the play as it happened -- head coach Gary Moeller on the field, and Brent Musberger and Frank Beckmann from the press box -- in an audio chip insert that folds out into a photo of "the catch" with Desmond's signature.
Hear a snippet of coach Gary Moeller's audio:
Special 24-Page Series History Section: History of the famed rivalry that includes retrospectives by players and coaches involved in the series, top performances, memorable moments and more!
Orders will ship beginning Friday, Sept. 9. They are available online while supplies last and are $15 plus shipping and handling via U.S. Postal Service Priority Mail. There is a limit of 10 programs per order. Programs will be available for $15 on game day around the stadium and inside the gates, but pre-ordering guarantees you will have a copy of this unique collector's item!
Thanks and GO BLUE!
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