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Photo: This Is What Michigan Football's Field Looks Like Now

Head coach Jim Harbaugh of the Michigan Wolverines leads his Michigan football team onto the field before the college football game against the Michigan State Spartans.

ANN ARBOR, MI - OCTOBER 17: Head coach Jim Harbaugh of the Michigan Wolverines leads his team onto the field before the college football game against the Michigan State Spartans at Michigan Stadium on October 17, 2015 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Michigan's football program will be playing a new field design this fall. The Wolverines have changed up the design of the turf at Michigan Stadium heading into the 2018 season. It's a good look.

Jim Harbaugh's team will now be running into colored end zones. Michigan has painted its end zones blue.

"MICHIGAN" in bold, maize-colored letters is featured in both of the end zones. There's a big maize "M" at midfield.

Aaron Bills, the director of football creative for Michigan, tweeted out a striking photo of the new field late on Monday night.

"The one and only #BIGHOUSE," he wrote.

What do we think, Michigan fans? Are we happy with this design?

It looks pretty great from our end. The field is a bit more lively and striking but still maintains that classic, traditional Michigan feel.

Michigan is set to open its 2018 season on Sept. 1 at Notre Dame. The Wolverines return home on Sept. 8 to take on Western Michigan.