Michigan announced Tuesday that its football team will have a season ticket base of more than 93,000, its highest mark since before the 2007 season. It will sell 21,000 student tickets, also a 10-year high.
Coming off a Rose Bowl appearance the season prior, Michigan entered 2007 as a top-10 team in every poll, only to lose to Appalachian State in the first game of the season. In the next seven seasons, the Wolverines went 46-42 under Rich Rodriguez and Brady Hoke.
Jim Harbaugh took over in 2015 and turned in back-to-back 10-3 seasons. He assembled the nation’s No. 6 recruiting class in 2016 and No. 5 class in 2017, according to the 247Sports composite rankings.
Michigan said in a press release that its season ticket renewal rate is 99 percent.