Michigan football 2023 fall camp start date revealed : When we say football season is right around the corner, we are not exaggerating the situation too much.
Unofficially, the 2023 season will get underway on July 26 in Indianapolis, when players will gather at Lucas Oil Stadium for the annual Big Ten media days event.
Jim Harbaugh and Blake Corum, Kris Jenkins, and Mike Sainristil will be present at the media gatherings. On the other hand, the other players will only be forced to sit idle for a short time before they become part of the action.
According to Aaron McMann of MLive, the first day of camp for the University of Michigan football players will be on Tuesday, August 1. The first practice day will be Wednesday, August 2 (one week after the start of media days).
That the college football season is almost here might be inferred from the preseason camps’ beginning, although this is not an official signal.
According to Michigan team spokesman Dave Ablauf, who confirmed this information to MLive on Wednesday, the first day of camp for the Michigan players is slated to begin on August 1, and the squad’s first practice is scheduled to start on August 2.
After that, we’ll finally see some real football in the not-too-distant future. Only one month after the first practice, the season’s first game will be played against East Carolina and will take place at The Big House at noon EDT on September 2.