We all know the Weasels like to brag about being the winningest program in college football, right? Well just how did the get all those wins? I got this off another site I frequent.
16 of those wins (and, one loss!) are against Albion College.
3 of those wins are against Beloit College of Wisconsin.
5 of those wins are against Kalamazoo College.
7 of those wins are against Mount Union College of Ohio.
26 of those wins are against Case Institute of Technology in Ohio.
3 of those wins are against DePauw.
6 of those wins are against Eastern Michigan.
9 of those wins are against Oberlin College.
2 of those wins are against the Illinois College of Physicians and Surgeons.
2 of those wins are against the Windsor Club of Canada.
2 of those wins are against Ohio Wesleyan.
2 of those wins are against the Michigan Military Academy.
3 of those wins are against Ohio Northern.
2 of those wins are against Wittenberg College of Ohio.
2 of those wins are against Olivet College.
5 of those wins are against the Detroit Athletic Club.
2 of those wins are against the Great Lakes Naval Training Station.
2 of those wins are against Hillsdale College.
And, the Champions Of The West count a win each against:
Adelbert College of Ohio
American Medical of Illinois
Ann Arbor High School
Carroll College of Wisconsin
Chicago Harvard Club
Chicago University Club (not to be confused with the University of Chicago, a charter member of the Big Ten)
Denison College of Ohio
Detroit Industrial Team
Grand Rapids High School
Iowa Navy Pre-Flight
Kenyon College of Ohio
Lake Forest College of Illinois
Lake Forest/Rush Medical of Illinois
Lawrence College of Wisconsin
Peninsular Club of Michigan
Racine College of Wisconsin
University of Toronto
Wabash College of Indiana.
Leaders and the best, my ass
Take away all of those wins, and Michigan has over 730 wins--only 8 teams have as many or more. Take away all the comparable level opponents for those teams, and Michigan is still well in front of the others.