Michigan football fans can make plans to be back in the Big House this April. The Wolverines announced Friday that they will be holding their annual spring game on April 1.

The traditional Maize vs. Blue game is set for Michigan Stadium. A kickoff time has not yet been announced.

U-M enters the game coming off of back-to-back Big Ten titles and trips to the College Football Playoff. This offseason, Jim Harbaugh has dominated the news cycle. Harbaugh was reportedly a candidate for the Denver Broncos head coaching job but opted to remain in Ann Arbor. Michigan also has a new quarterbacks coach, Kirk Campbell, after the university terminated Matt Weiss amid a police investigation into computer access of university accounts.

The Wolverines signed a 2023 recruiting class of 24 high school prospects (9 early enrollees) and 7 transfers.