The Michigan Wolverines football seasons have steadily increased in average ticket prices over the previous three seasons before a spike for the 2017 season. Between the Wolverines’ 2014 to 2017 seasons there has been an increase in ticket averages each season. There was little change from the 2015 and 2016 college football seasons for Michigan with a rise of 5% from year to year. The largest increase has occurred during the 2017 season moving from a $122 ticket average in 2016 to $279 for the current Michigan Wolverines season; the spike in Michigan’s average ticket price for the football team between the two years is a 128% rise.
(Data updated 9/20/2017)
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2018 Michigan Season Preview
When the NFL comes a knockin’, good luck hanging on to talent if you’re a top program like the Wolverines. Last year Michigan featured a very balanced attack, scoring an average of 40 points per game. As would be expected, a lot of that offense will be playing on Sundays but quarterback Wilton Speight, now a senior and an NFL talent himself, will need to rally a new corps which still includes some old faces in fullback Khalid Hill and running back Chris Evans. What really has Ann Arbor grinning however are newcomers Donovan Peoples-Jones and Tarik Black on the receiving side. Peoples-Jones is a burner who is expected to click quickly with Speight. The Michigan Wolverines defense suffered some hits as well, but defensive tackle Maurice Hurst is back, and defensive end Rashan Gary has a chance to be the Wolverine’s best player this year. He was a number one recruit two years ago, so the talent is clearly there. Harbaugh loves the “nobody believes in us” mantra, so look for that rallying call all season for Michigan. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Wolverines at Michigan Stadium or supporting the Michigan on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017 Michigan Wolverines tickets, including home and away games.
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The Michigan Wolverines compete in the Big 10 Conference, and currently the team holds or shares 42 league titles, more than any other football program in the country. The Wolverines have won 11 NCAA national championships in their tenure, and are consistently attracting more visitors to Michigan Stadium than any other team, with the highest NCAA home attendance every year since 1974, with the exception of 1997. Michigan football is among the biggest college football programs in the country, and every year excites and awes its fans. You can be assured that Michigan is not going back down on its history of delivering quality, aggressive football in Ann Arbor. The Michigan Wolverines home bench is on the Michigan Stadium sideline with sections 20-26. Michigan Stadium parking information is covered in our Wolverines event guide.
Michigan Stadium Experience
This rivalry game is so big, it’s literally just called The Big Game. This game constantly has national title and Rose Bowl implications and was recently ranked by ESPN as the greatest North American sports rivalry. Between names like Woody Hayes, Bo Schembeckler and Jim Tressel, the coaches at these two schools are a who’s who of the best in the game and they’ll all tell you the #1 thing that makes it a successful season is beating the other team in this game.
The Wolverines won the first eight contests of this rivalry, and haven’t looked back with a solid record against the Fighting Irish. With two of the top three all-time winningest schools in college football history, this rivalry is also grand and is played on the biggest stage. The game is currently dormant, but we could see it spring back to life before the end of this decade.
Michigan owns the better record in the battle for the Paul Bunyan Trophy against their only intrastate rival, Michigan State. Outside of WWII, these two have played each other every year since 1910 and has included a ranked team in 28 of the last 30 contests (the Wolverines, usually). MSU had a surprising four-year winning streak snapped in a 12-10 Michigan win in 2012.
Michigan in the College Football Playoff, Bowl Games, and Big Ten Championship
You cannot discuss College Football royalty without speaking of the Michigan Wolverines. The boys from Ann Arbor have quite the history, racking up 40 plus bowl game appearances, which include a streak of 33 consecutive years reaching a post-season match-up. Michigan won the last ever Bowl Alliance title in 1997 before the NCAA adapted the BCS system in ’98. They have been Big Ten Conference champions more than 40 times, which is more than any other Big Ten School in Conference history. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the Big Ten Conference Championship Game.
2016 Michigan Football Preview
Head Coach of the Michigan Wolverines, Jim Harbaugh, will be starting his second season with the team. With Harbaugh's leadership, the Wolverines were able to make great strides and improvements as a team in 2015. Michigan ended their season with a record 10-3 overall, a third place finish in the Big 10 East Division and a Citrus Bowl win over the Florida Gators. Coming into the Wolverines’ 2016 season, it is crucial for their offense and defense to maintain their progress while also growing as a team. With senior Chris Wormley leading the way for Michigan’s defense the line should be strong. The Wolverines once again are seen as top Big 10 team contenders, so all eyes will be on how they perform on the road against rivals Ohio State and Michigan State. The Michigan Wolverines 2016 schedule begins the season with 5 home games, including Big 10 games against Penn State and Wisconsin, this should prove to be an easy start to the season.
2015 Michigan Football Preview
There are few teams that enter the 2015 season with more hype than the Michigan Wolverines. Following a disappointing, 5 win season in 2014, the Wolverines fired maligned head coach Brady Hoke and brought in Michigan legend Jim Harbaugh to lead the team. The switch has turned Michigan into the IT program in 2015 and the hype around the new era of Wolverines football could not be higher. Junior quarterback Shane Morris is expected to lead the new look Michigan offense, which includes talented senior receivers Amara Darboh and Jehu Chesson. The Michigan defense will be one of the most experienced in the Big Ten in 2015, with 7 senior starters. Michigan has found its leader in Jim Harbaugh, but the question remains if they are talented enough to win immediately. With the experience returning on both sides of the ball, Michigan has a chance to finish at the top half of the Big Ten in 2015. The Wolverines have a favorable 2015 schedule, with division rivals Ohio State and Michigan State both traveling to Ann Arbor. Top road games on the Michigan Wolvers 2015 schedule include at Utah and at Penn State.
2014 Michigan Football Preview
The start of Brady Hoke’s 3rd season as Michigan’s head coach was full of optimism. The Wolverines rattled off 5 straight wins, including a stomping of Big 10 foe Minnesota in Ann Arbor. The final 7 games saw the wheels fall off the wagon as Big Blue lost 6 of 7 to end the season, including a 1 point heart breaker to arch-nemesis Ohio State. Michigan comes into the 2014 season without outstanding offensive linemen Taylor Lewan and Michael Schofield, both of which are now in the NFL. However, the future of the offense looks bright despite having 3 underclassmen on the offensive line. Senior quarterback Devin Gardner returns, along with his favorite target Devin Funchess. If Gardner can get in a rhythm, the sky is the limit for Big Blue in a wide open Big 10. Early season games include a redemption opportunity against Appalachian State, and the final round of the Michigan-Notre Dame rivalry. The key games of the season will likely be at Michigan State, and at Ohio State.
2013 Michigan Football Preview
Head coach Brady Hoke has hit the recruiting trail hard in his short tenure as the leader of the Michigan Wolverines and it is about to start paying off. After winning 8 games in 2012, the Wolverines are ready to take the next step to return to the top of the standings in the Big Ten. Devin Gardner returns as the starting quarterback after taking over the role late in the season last year. Gardner managed to throw for over 1,000 yards even though he didn’t start playing until the last five games of the year. The defense finished 13th in the nation last season and should still be good enough to overcome the ACL injury suffered by pass rusher Jake Ryan. The Big House has gained the reputation of being one of the best home field advantages in college football and the storied history will be on display with games against Notre Dame, Nebraska and a season finale showdown against rival Ohio State.
2011 Michigan Football Preview
The last three years have not been kind to the Michigan Wolverines. Rich Rodriguez was fired after stumbling to a 7-6 record and an embarrassing Gator Bowl. Now, with first-year coach Brady Hoke at the helm, the Michigan faithful are hoping that he can restore the storied team to its previous glory.
With a new coaching staff leading the way, there are a lot of questions about how the offense will resemble last year's squad, but a lot of people are certain that quick-footed Denard Robinson will be back under center. The lightning-quick Robinson turned a lot of heads last year when he passed for more than 2,500 yards and rushed for 1,700 more. He will be surrounded by a wealth of young receivers including Martavious Odoms and Roy Roundtree, both of whom come to Ann Arbor with a lot of promise.
Michigan will certainly have to improve its defense if it wants to compete with the best of the best in the Big 10 this year. The defense was porous last season, allowing 37 points to UMass, 48 points to Wisconsin and 52 to Mississippi State. The good news is that much of the defense is returning with an extra year under their belt, including cornerback J.T. Floyd and linebacker Kenny Demens, who can both contribute early and help shape the team that fell flat last season.
2010 Michigan Football Preview
The Rich Rodriguez era at Michigan has started off anything but smoothly. In his first two years at the helm, the former West Virginia coach carries an unimpressive 8-16 record with no bowl appearances.
Michigan had a pair of talented freshman quarterbacks last year in Tate Forcier and Denard Robinson. Although both showed flashes of greatness, they were both too inconsistent to really power an offense. After winning their first four games, the Wolverines offense sputtered in their last eight games. Forcier will probably get the nod heading into the season and will have junior receiver Roy Roundtree as an emerging target.
As inconsistent as the Wolverine offense was in 2009, the defense was just as unreliable. Although it return seven starters, the defense also lost defensive Brandon Graham and safety Stevie Brown to graduation. Michigan will need refrain from giving up the big play on third down as they struggled to get off the field last year en route to surrendering over 393 yards a game.
For better or worse, a Michigan coach is measured by how they do against arch-rival Ohio State and the Buckeyes have won the last six. Unless Rodriguez's team can cut down on big plays and turnovers that likely won't change.
2009 Michigan Football Preview
Michigan and their new Head Coach Rich Rodriguez took some unexpected lumps in 2008. Rodriguez showed up in Ann Arbor and never really got things going the way many people expected. But 2008 is finished now and all of the Wolverine faithful are looking forward to a much more productive 2009 MU season. Michigan will be in year two playing in Rodriguez's fast paced offense, and should finally have a quarterback to lead the team. If Coach Rich Rod can get the offense clicking and get the Wolverines defense motivated, then watch out for Michigan as a huge dark horse in the Big 10.