Michigan to honor Juwan Howard with special uniforms for matchup vs. Rutgers [Photo]

As you have heard by now, Michigan head coach Juwan Howard has been suspended for the remainder of the regular season (this includes practice) following his actions during Sunday’s postgame altercation at Wisconsin.

On Wednesday night, the Wolverines will play their first of five games without Howard on the bench and they are honoring him by wearing their maize uniforms with black shoes and black socks.

Yep, just like Howard wore when he was a member of the Fab Five.

Tonight’s game vs. Rutgers begins at 7 p.m. EST.


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