Michigan enters the 2023 season on the heels of back-to-back B1G titles and consecutive trips to the College Football Playoff. And while the pursuit of a 3rd-straight conference title will soon get underway, there is still some time for the Wolverines to relish their accomplishment of back-to-back B1G championships.

On Saturday, Michigan officially unveiled the rings for the team’s 2022 title. On the front, Michigan celebrates the consecutive titles with “BACK 2 BACK” and “CHAMPIONS” engraved around the edges. In the middle of the ring, Michigan’s “Block M” is emblazoned over a pair of B1G trophies with crystal footballs engraved on top of the trophies.

Around the top edge of the ring, the final scores of wins in The Game over Ohio State and the B1G Championship over Purdue are engraved. “MICH-AGAIN” is also engraved around the top edge.

One side of the ring features the player or coach’s name above a Michigan helmet and the statement “13 wins.” The other side features the College Football Playoff logo.

Here’s the full look at the rings per Michigan’s reveal: