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Michigan Football documentary to make debut April 6

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The long awaited Amazon Prime documentary is scheduled to debut.

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Before the 2017-18 season began, Amazon reached an agreement with Michigan to film an eight-part series documenting the staff, players, their families and the season as a whole.

Set to debut in January of 2018 originally, the series had since been delayed...until now.

Amazon’s video company, Prime, went to Twitter to announce “All or Nothing” would finally debut on April 6.

The adversities the Maize & Blue dealt with last year will no doubt be documented for all to see, but is that necessarily a bad thing? No.

With the season not going to the way Harbaugh and company would’ve liked for it to, this is a fantastic opportunity to give recruits and their families — as well as the many, many fans — the chance to see how this staff and these players are behind closed doors.

Although an Amazon Prime membership is required to watch the series, it will no doubt be well worth the price of admission. With the series premiering on April 6, and the spring game on April 14th, it’s a great time to get hyped up and ready for the new season to begin.