We’ve known for a long that Michigan’s spring game will be held on April 2, but we only discovered what it will be about today. The complete press release from Michigan can be found below.
On Saturday, April 2, the University of Michigan football team will host the Maize and Blue Spring Game presented by DTE MIGreenPower at Michigan Stadium. All fans are welcome to attend the scrimmage, which begins at 11:30 a.m. with warm-ups and drills. Michigan Stadium’s gates will open at 11 a.m.
Starting at noon, the Big Ten Network will broadcast the practice and scrimmage. Starting at 11:45 a.m., the Michigan Sports Network from CLEARFIELD will broadcast the game on WXYT Radio — 97.1 FM, The Ticket in Detroit.
The scrimmage is one of the NCAA’s 15 permitted practises. Due to adverse weather before or during the session, it is subject to alteration or cancellation.
No baggage will be allowed into the stadium for the practice, as per the standard forbidden items list. All attendees and items will be searched. A luggage check will also be available on the Crisler Center’s South Concourse beginning at 11 a.m.
The following is information for the spring football game on game day:
Starting at 7 a.m., the University of Michigan’s owned and maintained parking surrounding Michigan Stadium will be free and open to the public
In Lot SC-6, a limited number of (free) places will be accessible for guests with disabilities.
Parking at Pioneer High School
The school system will charge $30 for parking only; there will be no tailgating or RVs allowed in the lots. Fans can make a parking reservation at https://www.michigangamedayparking.com/2022-football-schedule/.
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M-Den, the official seller of Michigan Athletic clothing, will have three (3) locations open for fans to purchase products inside Michigan Stadium. The businesses are located in the North End (Gate 10) and South End (Gate 4) of Crisler Center, as well as the main M-Den Store (Gate 2). M-Den will also have a tent at the intersection of Stadium Boulevard and Main Street.
Big Ten Network Coverage
The spring game will be broadcast on the Big Ten Network beginning at noon. From the press box, Brandon Gaudin (play-by-play) and former Michigan All-American tight end Jake Butt (colour) will call the action.
Michigan Sports Network from CLEARFIELD
Starting at 11:45 a.m., the Michigan Sports Network from CLEARFIELD will broadcast the spring game live on WXYT Radio — 97.1 FM, The Ticket in Detroit. On the network, Doug Karsch (play-by-play) and Jon Jansen (colour analyst) will make their broadcast debut.
Interviews and Highlights
Following the spring game, MGoBlue.com and the football social and digital outlets will present comprehensive coverage and interviews with members of the football programme.
The Ross Athletic Campus hosts sporting events.
On Saturday, April 2, two more sports events will take place on the Ross Athletic Campus. Starting at noon ET, the men’s lacrosse team will play Maryland in the Military Appreciation Game at U-M Lacrosse Stadium. At 2 p.m., the baseball team will face Iowa in the second of a three-game series at Ray Fisher Stadium.