On Thursday, Michigan announced the date for their annual Spring Game and it will be held on April 2nd.
Michigan football has set a date for its annual spring game — and Jim Harbaugh says it will be open to the public this year.
The program announced Thursday plans to hold the game April 2 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, a date confirmed by Harbaugh on the “In the Trenches” podcast.
“Unless we’ve got lightning, which we had one year and we had to move it inside,” Harbaugh quipped. “It’s going to go off that day unless we’re in a (COVID-19) pause — but I think the chances of that are not very likely.
“Even if we have to pause before that, we’ll do the spring game April 2.”
In addition, Harbaugh said the Wolverines will begin their 15-practice spring practice schedule on Monday, February 21.
Nation, do you think Michigan will go back-to-back?