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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.
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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.
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2/25/15: It is pretty high praise when a Heisman winning quarterback from a National Championship team who is likely to be the first overall pick in the NFL draft lauds your coach and facilities. But Jameis Winston from Florida State did just that. He was up at the UM football facilities prior to the NFL Combine to train under new head coach Jim Harbaugh. Winston said he wished he could have played for Harbaugh and said the facilities were outstanding and better than what he had at FSU. With the coach and facilities in place, it should not be too long before Big Blue starts winning meaningful games.
2/18/15: The Jim Harbaugh Era at Michigan is off to a great start. Maybe not in the recruiting department yet, but at least in terms of entertainment. Harbaugh seemed to have trolled Ohio State by tweeting out the famous 'tangled web/deceive' quote by Sir Walter Scott (no, not William Shakespeare. Ok, English Lit lesson finished for today.). He then played coy about it, though OSU responded. He has also enlightened his followers about pop music and country-style breakfasts. He is turning into an enjoyable character, which is in stark contrast to Urban Meyer and Nick Saban, may have never heard of the word 'fun'.
2/11/15: The University of Michigan did not end up with an all-star recruiting class that will win them the national championship in a couple of years. That is very understandable considering that the program has been down for a few years and new head coach Jim Harbaugh (and his staff) came in very late in the recruiting process. But they did land a potentially big fish in quarterback John O'Korn. O'Korn had been a QB at Houston. He was the AAC Rookie of the Year in 2013. He will have to sit out a year, but this is a good foundation on which to build a program.
2/4/15: National Signing Day will be finished soon and all the rankings will be tallied up shortly thereafter. The question will be how did Michigan do this season. Everyone is well aware of Big Blue's troubles on the field, and that is why Brady Hoke is out and Jim Harbaugh is in. Recruiting is the life-blood of college football and it is generally the top ranked recruiting classes that end up in top ranked bowls. Michigan got a late start to recruiting this year and may not turn in the type of class that fans want. At the end of January, Michigan ranked 76th. But they can always close strong.
1/28/15: Jim Harbaugh finally got his first recruiting commitment, and it is a big one. Harbaugh and his staff have flipped four star quarterback Zach Gentry from the University of Texas to Michigan. Gentry is listed at 6'6" and 230 pounds. He is a pro-style QB and the top prospect out of New Mexico. Overall, recruitment this season looks to be a little light and the Wolverines only have eight commitments so far. However, there is still a few more days until National Signing Day and Michigan will try to finish up Harbaugh's first class on a strong note.
1/21/15: It is a brand new era for Michigan football, one that alumni and fans resembles the glory days of years past. As everyone knows, Michigan ended the Brady Hoke experiment (a second unsuccessful coaching run for the program) after the end of the 2014 season. They then were able to hire former Wolverines standout Jim Harbaugh to lead the program. Harbaugh has been successful at both the college and NFL levels, and is expected to bring Michigan back to prominence. With UM back on track, it will be great to see the Ohio State rivalry be rebuilt over the next few years.