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Michigan Wolverines Football Tickets - Overview
The Michigan Wolverines play college football for the University of Michigan in the Big Ten Conference in Division I.The Wolverines play their home games at Michigan Stadium, also known as 'The Big House' in Ann Arbor, MI.
Michigan Wolverines Football Tickets- History
The Michigan Wolverines football program began in 1879 and it joined the Big Ten when the conference started in 1896. Michigan has a rich tradition of winning. The program boasts 11 national titles; the last one came in 1997. The Wolverines also have the most wins in college football history (884) and the highest winning percentage (.735). With success, comes strong attendance as Michigan Stadium has had more than 100,000 fans in attendance at every game since 1975. Michigan Wolverines football tickets** are always a hot commodity, but especially so when they take on their long-time rivals, the Ohio State Buckeyes. The Wolverines also have a long-standing rivalry with intrastate foes Michigan State University.
Michigan Wolverines Football Tickets - The Team
In 2010, the Wolverines finished 7-6 and qualified for a Bowl game for the first time since 2007. They participated in the Gator Bowl and lost to Mississippi State, 52-14. The 2011 squad will have a new head coach in Brady Hoke. The Wolverine offense looks to build off of a strong 2010 season, where they finished eighth in the nation in total offense behind quarterback Denard Robinson. The team's defense will look to improve significantly; it finished 110th in total defense in 2010.
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