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When was the last time Michigan won a national championship in football?

Michigan football has a rich history filled with tradition, but although the Wolverines have been on an upward trajectory in recent seasons, it’s been a while since they’ve claimed a national championship.

The last time Michigan won a national championship in football was in 1997 when the Wolverines finished with a perfect 12-0 record and were voted No. 1 in the final Associated Press Poll. It was a national championship shared with Nebraska as well.

1997 was also the same year then-junior cornerback Charles Woodson won the Heisman Trophy, marking the last time a defensive player took home college football’s most prestigious individual award. And, although he only played in four games, Tom Brady was also on this Michigan roster.

In addition to the 1997 title, per NCAA.com, the Wolverines have also earned national championships in 1965, 1948, 1933, 1923, 1918, 1904, 1903, 1902 and 1901.

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