Michigan's football program enters the 2018 season with big expectations. The Wolverines finally have their star quarterback in transfer Shea Patterson. There are Big Ten championship and College Football Playoff aspirations in Ann Arbor.
Jim Harbaugh's team will be looking to achieve these goals on a new-looking Michigan Stadium field. The Wolverines' home turf has undergone a bit of a transformation this offseason.
Michigan's field now features blue end zones.
"MICHIGAN" in bold maize letters is painted on top of these blue end zones.
Michigan football's Twitter account tweeted out a beautiful photo of the new-looking field this afternoon.
"Magnificent," Michigan captioned the photo.
Michigan is set to open its 2018 season on the road - the Wolverines play at Notre Dame Week 1 at 7:30 p.m. E.T. on Sept. 1 - but they return home for Week 2.
The Wolverines are set to take on Western Michigan in Ann Arbor at Michigan Stadium on Sept. 8. Kickoff is set for noon.