Hope springs eternal in Ann Arbor. After the very disappointing Brady Hoke era, fans are pumped about Jim Harbaugh's return to the program, and the ticket sales show it. It is early June, and UM has already sold out rivalry games against Michigan State and Ohio State.
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MLivehas more from Michigan:
A Michigan spokesman said Thursday that all tickets for the Wolverines' Oct. 17 home game against Michigan State and Nov. 28 home game against Ohio State have been sold. Kickoff time and television information for both games have yet to be announced.
All Michigan season football tickets were sold out in early June, and the department began selling off individual tickets to priority donors and fans this week. The general public will be able to purchase single-game tickets Friday.
Fans who want to go to these games will probably have to pay top dollar. The cheapest StubHub ticket for the October 17 game against the Spartans is currently $160, and the Ohio State game is starting at $201. We expect those prices to only go up, especially if the Wolverines show some signs of life on the field this fall.