Record: 10 - 0
Finish: Rose Bowl: Won
Coach: Fritz Crisler
Best Player: Bump Elliot

The National Champion 1947 Michigan team pitched five shutouts (including 55-0 and 21-0 drummings of Michigan State and Ohio State, respectively), but it was their offense that made them a badass squad for the ages. With coach Fritz Crisler introducing the radical concept of specialized offensive and defensive players (prior to Crisler, almost all players were two-way), the Wolverine offense employed reverses, double reverses, "buck-reverse laterals" (whatever that is), and other trick plays on their way to scoring 35 or more points in seven consecutive games. All capped off by a 49-0 pasting of USC in the Rose Bowl. Very badass.