GBW 2005 Rose Bowl Photo Gallery

In what has certainly been the most exciting Rose Bowl game in some time, the Michigan Wolverines succumbed to the Texas Longhorns, 38-37, after Longhorn place-kicker Dusty Magnumon booted a 37-yard field goal through the uprights with two seconds left in the game. <br><br> The game included record-setting performances by Michgian wide-receiver <b>Braylon Edwards</b> and wide-receiver / return specialist <b>Steve Breaston.</b><br>

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Lloyd Carr leads the Michigan Wolverines on to the field for the 2005 Rose Bowl game against the Texas Longhorns. Texas won the game 38-37 on a field goal with two seconds remaining in the game.
The rest of the Wolverines charge on to the Rose Bowl field.
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Drum Major Dennis Lee takes the Michigan Marching Band on to the field to perform before the 2005 Rose Bowl game.
The rest of the Michigan Marching Band heads to the field.
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A B-2 Stealth Bomber does a fly-over as part of the ceremonies before the 2005 Rose Bowl game.
The Michigan Marching Band performs on the field before the 2005 Rose Bowl game.
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Michigan assistant head coach Erik Campbell and former Wolverine star Chris Perry before the 2005 Rose Bowl game.
Former Michigan coach Bo Schembechler talks with current Michigan assistant athletic director Scott Draper before the 2005 Rose Bowl game.
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Michigan senior wide-receiver Braylon Edwards comes down with one of his 10 receptions during the 2005 Rose Bowl game. Edwards set a new Michigan and Big Ten record with 39 career touchdowns, including three in the Rose Bowl.
Wolverine freshman quarterback Chad Henne leads the Michigan down the field during the 2005 Rose Bowl game. Henne tied a Michigan and Rose Bowl record with four passing touchdowns in the game. He finished 18-of-34 for 227 yards.
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Michigan freshman running back Mike Hart charges through the Texas defense during the 2005 Rose Bowl game. Hart had 21 carries for 83 yards.
Junior wide receiver/return specialist Steve Breaston returns a kickoff during the 2005 Rose Bowl game. Breaston finished the game with 221 kickoff return yards. He also had three receptions for 77 yards and one punt return for two yards for 315 all-purpose yardage. Breaston caught a season-and career-best 50-yard touchdown pass from Henne in the third quarter.
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Michigan sophomore linebacker Lamarr Woodley tackles Texas running back Cedric Benson during the 2005 Rose Bowl game. Woodley was named the Rose Bowl Defensive Player of the Game while leading the defense with 11 tackles.
Edwards gets ready to put the move on Texas defensive back Phillip Geiggar during the 2005 Rose Bowl game.
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Hart spins around Texas linebacker Aaron Harris during the 2005 Rose Bowl game.
Heartbreak! Texas players celebrate after Dusty Mangum kicked the game-winning field goal with two seconds remaining in the 2005 Rose Bowl Game.

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