The Michigan Wolverines have had an eventful past two seasons, clinching spots in the College Football Playoff and being eliminated in the first round by the Georgia Bulldogs and TCU Horned Frogs.
Head coach Jim Harbaugh has high expectations for his team heading into the upcoming season, saying this is the best version of football he has seen since he has been at Michigan.
Bo Schembechler said that every team on the schedule would differ from last year and that now is the time to attack.
This team is the best version of themselves, and the phrase "strike while the iron is hot" is at the forefront of their minds.
Michigan showed promise this past season but fell to TCU in the Fiesta Bowl 51-45.
Despite the loss, the Wolverines will have some big stars returning, including running back Blake Corum and quarterback J.J. McCarthy.
They also have the 17th-overall recruiting class for 2023, with 11 four-star prospects, per 247Sports.
Next is what Michigan’s schedule for the 2023 season looks like:
Sept. 2: vs. East Carolina Sept. 9: vs. UNLV Sept. 16: vs. Bowling Green
Sept. 23: vs. Rutgers Sept. 30: at Nebraska Oct. 7: at Minnesota
Oct. 14: vs. Indiana Oct. 21: at Michigan State Nov. 4: vs. Purdue
Nov. 11: at Penn State Nov. 18: at Maryland Nov. 25: vs. Ohio State
Harbaugh has high hopes for the Wolverines. Fans will be keeping these quotes as receipts throughout the 2023 season.