Sean Merriman, web editor, November 24, 2015

Around 200 Michigan football fans gathered for a walk through Forest Hill Cemetery on Tuesday night.

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The mission: To visit the graves of legendary Michigan football coaches Fielding Yost and Bo Schembechler, as well as longtime radio broadcaster Bob Ufer.

The grave walk begin as an organized event in 1997, according to Detroit News Michigan Football reporter Angelique Chengelis.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh and his father, Jack, joined Tuesday night's walk.

After speaking to the group, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh smashed a buckeye nut with a maize hammer next to Schembechler?s grave.

Check out the video at the top of this post and the photo below.

According to Chengelis, the group concluded with singing the alma mater, ?The Yellow and Blue? and then fight song, ?The Victors."

Harbaugh then asked the group to pay tribute to Chad Carr, the grandson of former Michigan football coach Lloyd Carr, who passed away Monday from a brain tumor.

Credit: Detroit News