Bayfield football historian Dan Ford the ‘Voice of the Wolverines’

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Bayfield football historian Dan Ford the ‘Voice of the Wolverines’

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Since 1988, nobody has followed the Bayfield High School football program more closely than football historian Dan Ford, who gave up his spot in the broadcast booth of the Aztec Tigers to follow this year’s Bayfield team.
For 40 years, Dan Ford has lived in Bayfield and followed Wolverines athletics closely. A season after releasing a new book on the history of Bayfield football, he has been in the stadium to watch this year’s team break many records he spent years gathering.
Dan Ford designed the press box at Wolverine Country Stadium. It opened in 2000 with Ford behind the microphone doing public address announcing.
The voices of the Bayfield Wolverines, Dan Ford, left, and Dave Bray have been a big part of Bayfield athletics for years.

Bayfield football historian Dan Ford the ‘Voice of the Wolverines’

Since 1988, nobody has followed the Bayfield High School football program more closely than football historian Dan Ford, who gave up his spot in the broadcast booth of the Aztec Tigers to follow this year’s Bayfield team.
For 40 years, Dan Ford has lived in Bayfield and followed Wolverines athletics closely. A season after releasing a new book on the history of Bayfield football, he has been in the stadium to watch this year’s team break many records he spent years gathering.
Dan Ford designed the press box at Wolverine Country Stadium. It opened in 2000 with Ford behind the microphone doing public address announcing.
The voices of the Bayfield Wolverines, Dan Ford, left, and Dave Bray have been a big part of Bayfield athletics for years.
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