Tom Brady might not be allowed to throw touchdown passes in the NFL.

But back at his alma mater, the suspended New England Patriots quarterback can throw all the touchdown passes he wants.

Brady had a special target when he arrived in Ann Arbor on Friday. Brady, of course, will serve as the Wolverines’ honorary captain ahead of Saturday’s game against Colorado. It’s his first Michigan game in 17 years.

Before Brady took to his captaincy duties, he got to enjoy an empty Big House with his son on Friday.

He got to throw him a touchdown pass:

Brady, at 39, looks like he’ll be ready to roll when his four-game suspension is up.