In 1989, this Barberton, Ohio native ended his 27-year football coaching career with a record of 234 wins, 65 losses and eight ties for a phenomenal .775 winning percentage. The 234 victories ranked him fifth on the NCAA's all-time coaching victories list. The last 21 seasons were spent at the University of Michigan. Under Schembechler, the Wolverines won 13 Big 10 championships, played in 10 Rose Bowl classics and participated in a total of 18 bowl games, including the Orange, Sugar, Gator and Fiesta Bowls. "Bo" went to Michigan and Miami (Ohio) University where his teams posted a 40-17-3 record, including two Mid-American Conference championships in six seasons. He has been voted Coach of the Year nationally (1969) as well as in the Big 10 (1971) and the MAC (1965).