Ed Muransky started 33 straight games at offensive tackle for the Wolverines from his sophomore through senior years, 1979-81. The towering 6-foot-7, 320-pound lineman was a key member of the 1980 Wolverines, Bo Schembechler’s first bowl-winning team – the victor in the 1981 Rose Bowl. In his final season in Ann Arbor, Muransky was named an All-American, while also making the All-Big Ten, Academic All-Big Ten and Academic All-American teams. Muransky was drafted by the Los Angeles Raiders in the fourth round of the 1982 NFL draft. After playing in roughly 20 games over three years for the Silver and Black – including the 1983 Super Bowl-winning season – Muransky left for the Orlando Renegades of the USFL. When the league folded, he decided to retire and enter the business world. Now married and a father of three, Muransky resides in Ohio.