Michigan Wolverines Football 2019 Season Tickets [DATES & TICKET INFO]
Michigan Football will be back before you know it! With head coach Jim Harbaugh, one of the best in the sport, see the Wolverines take on the rest of the Big Ten Conference. Last year, the team was downright dominant. Though the season was kicked off with a loss to rival Notre Dame, the Wolverines went on a 10-game win streak.
Along the way, they defeated Big Ten opponents Michigan State, Wisconsin and Penn State, all of whom beat them the previous year. In the midst of their “revenge tour”, the Harbaugh-led squad climbed up to No. 4 in the national rankings. Though the season came to an abrupt end with a 62-39 loss to Ohio State and then a blowout 41-15 loss to Florida in the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl, a 10-2 regular season record is nothing to fret about for fans of the team. They’ll only be better this year.
For the second straight week, five-star offensive guard Justin Rogers was seen around Ann Arbor. Nine days prior, the coveted recruit was seen at the Michigan- Michigan State basketball game.
Five-star offensive guard Justin Rogers sure picked a good basketball game to come to. Crisler is rockin and #Michigan is leading the Sparties by six. Rogers here for the second weekend in a row. pic.twitter.com/YEgjCyQnDz
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— Brandon Brown (@BSB_Wolverine) February 24, 2019
“I’d say yeah, they text me every day,” Rogers even said. “Michigan’s stepping up. They’re trying to build that relationship.”
Then, electric four-star commit Kalil Branham could start this season. The 6-foot-1 wide receiver was seen with new quarterback coach Ben McDaniels during his time at the school.
“They see me as a five-star recruit,” Branham said to Wolverines Wire. “However, star ratings mean nothing to me. What means more to me is that the coaches feel I’m that good.”
This is part of the reason why the school welcomed the No. 1 class in the conference.
It was just a week ago we welcomed the No. 1 class in the #B1G.
— Michigan Football (@UMichFootball) February 13, 2019
That’s not to mention that both their offensive and defensive lines are experienced. This is a football team to get behind as a Michigan fan and one to be amazed by just as a fan of football. The Michigan Wolverines season ticket package, which includes entry to every home game, starts off at just $988 on StubHub.com. This is a deal to jump on.
Here’s a list of Michigan home games below:
8/31 – VS Middle Tennessee
9/7 – VS Army
9/28 – VS Rutgers
10/5- VS Iowa
10/26 – VS Notre Dame
11/16 – VS Michigan State
11/30 – VS Ohio State
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