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The PocketPigskin® story dates back several decades, long before there were home computers, PDAs, and cell phones. The Michigan football tradition was as rich as ever with Bo Schembechler, Rick Leach, Anthony Carter, and McCartney's monsters. And who could forget Bob Ufer screaming his cotton-pickin' maize-and-blue heart out over the air waves. As a kid growing up in suburban Detroit you were a Wolverine fan or a Spartan fan; my natural compass pointed to Ann Arbor.
My freshman year at Michigan I started compiling game scores data. After graduation the practice of logging the scores continued, but now on a computer. A spreadsheet became the home for past and future scores. I published a version of the Michigan scores database for PDAs many years earlier, and the technologies have changed for the better.
Now the PocketPigskin® database is a powerful application that runs on PCs, PDAs, and cellular telephones.
I have attended over 20 games at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, most of them during my college years from 1980-83. I have also been in Pasadena for 6 Rose Bowls, including the National Championship game on January 1st 1998!
I have started a Stadiums Tour in which I plan to visit college football stadiums and see other teams play in person.