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In memory of Rob Lytle

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Uploaded on Nov 21, 2010

This weekend, we lost a member of the Wolverine family. Rob Lytle, a star tailback and fullback under Bo in the mid-70's passed away of a heart attack in his hometown of Fremont, Ohio. He was just 56 years old.

Lytle was a consensus All-American as a senior at Michigan in 1976, setting a then school record with 1,469 rushing yards and finishing third in the Heisman Trophy balloting behind Tony Dorsett and Ricky Bell. Lytle also broke the Michigan career rushing record with 3,307 yards. His record was broken 12 years later by Jamie Morris, and he now ranks seventh in rushing yards by a Michigan player.

Rest in peace, Rob. Michigan fans will never forget you.

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