Fans, like Michelle Guy, are eager to showcase their support for the Wolverines, with some items, including the coveted long sleeve, blue shirt, already sold out.
“Michigan vs. Everybody” merchandise is flying off shelves near the University of Michigan campus
Despite recent controversies, including a sign-stealing saga that led to a three-game suspension for head coach Jim Harbaugh, the Wolverines are rallying on and off the field. Michigan, currently ranked second, is embracing a defiant attitude, epitomized by the slogan “Michigan vs. Everybody” plastered on their gear. The team is gearing up for a crucial game against Maryland following a legal battle to free Harbaugh. Interim coach Sherrone Moore has embraced the “Michigan vs. Everybody” ethos, wearing it proudly during his stint.
Even on the field, the players are celebrating victories with a nod to the slogan
When Blake Corum scored a pivotal touchdown against Penn State, he made a gesture that ridiculed Manny Diaz, the opposing defensive coordinator. With an impressive 10-0 record, the Wolverines are on the brink of a historic achievement, aiming to become the first college football program to reach 1,000 wins.
The team’s stellar performance is not only evident on the field but also in their financial success. The “Michigan vs. Everybody” merchandise has raked in over $50,000, creating a unique revenue-sharing opportunity for Michigan student-athletes. The Wolverines gear up for a faceoff with Ohio State the team’s confidence and merchandise sales continue to draw attention.