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A look at Michigan’s all-blue spring game uniform

We think the all-blue is cool.

NCAA Football: Penn State at Michigan Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Michigan Football had a spring game on Saturday. Although fans and media weren’t in attendance (only family and friends were allowed inside Michigan Stadium), the program posted a photo gallery of some of the action.

Instead of talking about how the team performed, which is hard to do because it wasn’t televised, let’s talk about the uniforms.

For the scrimmage, half of the team wore all-maize while the other rocked all-blue. The better looking attire won the spring game, with Blue beating Maize 22-10. The maize is just too maizey, in my humble opinion.

Michigan has already wore all-maize during the regular season, a season opening victory over Florida in 2017 at AT&T Stadium in Texas. However, Michigan hasn’t dawned an all-blue look in a game during the Jordan brand/Nike era of Michigan Football. It’s time for that to happen.

Fans and members of the media both seemed to like the all-blue.

Most of the reaction on social media to the all-blues have been positive, with vast amounts of fans saying Michigan should wear them at some point next season.

What do you think of the all-blue look? Are you a fan? Let us know by voting in the poll and sharing your thoughts in the comments.


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