Michigan Wolverines Football Tickets

Michigan Wolverines Football Tickets

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The Michigan Wolverines are back on the rise and back in the national spotlight once again as head coach John Harbaugh brings a new life and attitude to the program. Wolverines fans feel that Harbaugh will take the Wolverines to new heights and could be the dawn of a new age for the program. Michigan has had success in the past but has struggled at times, but the Wolverines still remain one of the most recognizable college football programs. The Wolverines are back in it and could be the team to look out for in college football heading forward into the future.

Football for the University of Michigan Wolverines has roots dating all the way back to 1879 and the first official head coach, Fielding Yost, was hired in 1901. Yost helped develop the program into a national powerhouse as he won 6 National Championships (1901, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1918, and 1923) in his 25 year coaching career. Yost also led Michigan to 10 conference championships and had a 165-29 record before stepping down in 1926 to focus on being the school's athletic director. Elton Wieman was the next Wolverine coach but only lasted two seasons before he was fired and Harry Kipke was hired. Kipke had success in his early days with Michigan as he won the National Championship in 1932 and 1933, but struggled later in his career and was fired as he was head coach from 1929-1937. The next National Championship would come under new head coach Fritz Crisler who coached from 1938-1947. The National Championship win came in 1947 and Crisler resigned and continued on as athletic director and hired Bennie Oosterbaan in 1948. Oosterbaan found success early in his career as he won the National Championship in 1948 but struggled in years leading up to his resignation in 1958. Bump Elliott was the next hire for Michigan but struggled in his coaching tenure from 1959-1968 and Michigan then hired Bo Schembechler in 1969 and Schembechler would coach until 1989. Schembechler had much success over his career at Michigan which included: a 194-48 record, 13 Big 10 Championships, and even coaching current Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh as Schembechler stepped down from the position which went to assistant Gary Moeller. Under Moeller, Michigan had some success but he only coached from 1990-1994 as he was fired due to an incident that involved him throwing a punch in a police station. Lloyd Carr was the next Michigan hire and he coached from 1995-2007 and had success with the program as he led them to a National Championship in 1997. Carr coached many players that would go on to be NFL stars and he retired in 2007 with a 122-40 record, 5 Big 10 Championships, and that one National Championship.

After Carr retired, it was difficult to find the right candidate to replace him. Michigan hired head coach Rich Rodriguez in 2008 but would only remain head coach until 2010. Rodriguez struggled throughout his career and couldn’t win consistently and ended his career with a 15-22 record. In 2011 the Wolverines hired Brady Hoke to be the next coach for Michigan but Hoke had a mediocre coaching career with the Wolverines. Hoke coached until 2014 and ended with a 31-20 record. This brings in current head coach Jim Harbaugh who was hired before the 2015 season. Harbaugh played QB at Michigan and has had experience in the NFL with the San Francisco 49ers. Harbaugh was a top candidate because of his NFL resume and his history with the Michigan program. In Harbaugh’s first year, Michigan went 10-3 and won its first bowl game since 2013. Harbaugh looks to bring in more wins each season and bring back the winning tradition to Michigan.

Michigan has always been a nationally recognized program whether they’re winning or not. The early success of Michigan in its programs history has made it an attractive place for some of the nation's top players. The Wolverines have had three Heisman Trophy winners in its history: Tom Harmon, Desmond Howard, and Charles Woodson. But the Michigan greatness doesn’t stop there as they’ve had numerous All Americans and talented players such as: current head coach Jim Harbaugh, Tom Brady, Braylon Edwards, Ron Kramer, Jake Long, Chad Henne, Lamarr Woodley, Brian Griese, Ty Law, Leon Hall, and many more. Michigan is starting to attract some of the best players in the country as they’ve seen a resurgence in the national spotlight so it’s a certainty that the list of great players at Michigan will grow.

The Michigan Wolverines are starting to shake up the college football world and could be a real contender in the Big 10 and could soon be a power in college football. Ann Arbor, MI could be the place to watch for college football as the Michigan Wolverines are back on the national scene and could soon be one of the top teams in college football. Only time will tell if the Wolverines are truly back to their winning ways under head coach Jim Harbaugh.


Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, MI could be the place to be in college football this season as it’s Jim Harbaugh’s second season being the head ball coach. Harbaugh has changed the culture of the program and the Wolverines look to once again be a power in college football. Wolverine fans fill the stadium which looks like a sea of Blue and Maize as they cheer the Wolverines to victory. Make sure to look at the cheapest prices for Michigan Wolverines Football only on Rukkus.

Michigan Wolverines Football Lineup

  • Devin Funchess
  • Blake Countess
  • Bo Dever
  • De'Veon Smith
  • Justice Hayes
  • Jabrill Peppers
  • Brian Cleary
  • Raymon Taylor
  • Shane Morris
  • Henry Poggi
  • Russell Bellomy
  • Channing Stribling
  • Mike McCray
  • Da'Mario Jones
  • Allen Gant
  • Terry Richardson
  • Alex Swieca
  • Drake Harris
  • Garrett Moores
  • James Ross III
  • Jack Wangler
  • Freddy Canteen
  • AJ Pearson
  • Antonio Whitfield
  • Wilton Speight
  • Jared Wangler
  • Drake Johnson
  • Jarrod Wilson
  • Dennis Norfleet
  • Delonte Hollowell
  • Dymonte Thomas
  • Jourdan Lewis
  • Derrick Green
  • Brandon Watson
  • Ross Douglas
  • Reon Dawson
  • Nick Benda
  • Shaun Austin
  • Ty Isaac
  • Taco Charlton
  • Wyatt Shallman
  • Jeremy Clark
  • Joe Bolden
  • Joe Kerridge
  • Bobby Henderson
  • Francois Montbrun
  • Sione Houma
  • Will Hagerup
  • Anthony Capatina
  • Ben Gedeon
  • Scott Sypniewski
  • Chris Wormley
  • Delano Hill
  • Matt Wile
  • Joe Hewlett
  • Jake Ryan
  • Desmond Morgan
  • Anthony Dalimonte
  • Andrew Robinson
  • Tom Strobel
  • Michael Ferns
  • Greg Froelich
  • Mason Cole
  • Royce Jenkins-Stone
  • Mario Ojemudia
  • Brady Pallante
  • David Dawson
  • Garrett Miller
  • Joey Burzynski
  • Ondre Pipkins
  • Frank Clark
  • Patrick Kugler
  • Chase Winovich
  • Noah Furbush
  • Jack Miller
  • Graham Glasgow
  • Blake Bars
  • Ben Pliska
  • Michael Wroblewski
  • Kyle Bosch
  • Dan Liesman
  • Kyle Kalis
  • Willie Henry
  • Ben Braden
  • Logan Tuley-Tillman
  • Chris Fox
  • Maurice Hurst Jr.
  • Dan Samuelson
  • Juwann Bushell-Beatty
  • Erik Magnuson
  • Khalid Hill
  • Amara Darboh
  • Jaron Dukes
  • A.J. Williams
  • Maurice Ways
  • Jehu Chesson
  • Jake Butt
  • Jonathan Keizer
  • Bryan Mone
  • Kenny Allen
  • Alex Mitropoulos-Rundus
  • Keith Heitzman
  • Lawrence Marshall
  • Ian Bunting
  • Michael Jocz
  • Ryan Glasgow
  • Brennen Beyer
  • Devin Gardner
  • Matthew Godin

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Michigan Wolverines Football Ticket Prices


Low: $18.00

High: $450.00

Cheap Michigan Wolverines Football Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$1.00 Bucknell Bison at Michigan Wolverines Basketball — 11/17/2014
Crisler Center; Ann Arbor, MI
$1.00 Eastern Michigan Eagles at Michigan Wolverines Basketball — 12/09/2014
Crisler Center; Ann Arbor, MI
$2.00 Elon Phoenix at Michigan Wolverines Basketball — 11/16/2015
Crisler Center; Ann Arbor, MI
$2.00 Delaware State Hornets at Michigan Wolverines Basketball — 12/12/2015
Crisler Center; Ann Arbor, MI
$2.00 Detroit Titans at Michigan Wolverines Basketball — 11/20/2014
Crisler Center; Ann Arbor, MI
$3.00 Michigan Wolverines at Rutgers Scarlet Knights Basketball — 01/20/2015
Louis Brown Athletic Center; Piscataway, NJ
$3.00 Youngstown State Penguins at Michigan Wolverines Basketball — 12/19/2015
Crisler Center; Ann Arbor, MI
$3.00 Northwestern Wildcats at Michigan Wolverines Basketball — 02/24/2016
Crisler Center; Ann Arbor, MI
$3.00 Northern Michigan Wildcats at Michigan Wolverines Basketball — 11/13/2015
Crisler Center; Ann Arbor, MI
$3.00 Northern Kentucky Norse at Michigan Wolverines Basketball — 12/15/2015
Crisler Center; Ann Arbor, MI

Best and Most Expensive Michigan Wolverines Football Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$450.00Michigan Wolverines at Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football — 09/01/2018
Notre Dame Stadium; South Bend, IN
$384.00Michigan Wolverines at Penn State Nittany Lions Football — 10/21/2017
Beaver Stadium; University Park, PA
$281.00Michigan Wolverines at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 02/28/2016
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$274.00Michigan State Spartans at Michigan Wolverines Football — 10/07/2017
Michigan Stadium; Ann Arbor, MI
$259.00Michigan State Spartans at Michigan Wolverines Football — 10/17/2015
Michigan Stadium; Ann Arbor, MI
$240.00Michigan Wolverines at Ohio State Buckeyes Football — 11/26/2016
Ohio Stadium; Columbus, OH
$232.00Michigan Wolverines at Michigan State Spartans Football — 10/29/2016
Spartan Stadium (Michigan); East Lansing, MI
$169.00Iowa Hawkeyes at Michigan Wolverines Basketball — 03/05/2016
Crisler Center; Ann Arbor, MI
$159.00Michigan State Spartans at Michigan Wolverines Basketball — 02/07/2017
Crisler Center; Ann Arbor, MI
$154.00Michigan Wolverines at Michigan State Spartans Football — 10/25/2014
Spartan Stadium (Michigan); East Lansing, MI