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.