Called the "definitive history of the rivalry" by the Chicago Tribune, this updated history of the classic tilt is much more than just the recounting of old games. The fates of Michigan and Notre Dame have been intertwined since that cold November day in 1877 when the Wolverines literally taught the game of football to an eager group of Notre Dame students. Richly illustrated and now including games through the 2006 season, Natural Enemies weaves these two chronologies together to produce a college rivalry book like no other.
Following a long career in sports journalism as both writer and editor, John Kryk is now Executive Entertainment Editor at The Toronto Sun. He resides in Newmarket, Ontario, near Toronto.