Eight members of this team went on to the College Football Hall of Fame.
In its first year under head coach Bennie Oosterbaan, Michigan defeated six ranked opponents by a combined score of 122–17 and dominated the final AP poll of the season.
This year, the JOBC will be reversing the route, so that it begins at Alhambra Circle and ends just past the grandstands by Coral Gables City Hall.
“We feel that reversing the parade route will allow for more stationery performance time for each marching band — a continuous request we are happy to be able to implement this year,” said parade chair Pete Tolmach.
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In 1958, the event was beamed to the entire nation, a powerful tool that tourism officials have banked on ever since.
By 2001 the spectacle that once attracted 500,000 people to Miami’s Biscayne Boulevard could not lure even half that number so after seven decades of lights, music and swagger the parade was cancelled.
In addition to the time change, the parade route will follow a new pattern.
Throughout recent history, the parade has begun at City Hall, marched westward down Miracle Mile, north on Ponce de Leon Boulevard and ended at Alhambra Circle.