Harbaugh: We're keeping things under wraps, just like Florida

Ruben Hill
August 28, 2017

The game will be held at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, and is the flawless showcase for a duo of deeply saturated uniforms that express the heritage and future of each program.

Michigan's football team unveiled the look on Monday afternoon, ahead of Saturday's season opener against Florida.

"So, yes, we'd like to have that information from them". Hell, we don't even know who is on Michigan's roster just yet. The school's website hasn't updated the list of current players since August 2016. As if to add intrigue, McElwain jokingly suggested (at least we think he was joking) the battle for the right to take the first snap may extend to four guys.

On Monday, McElwain was asked what he thought of some of Harbaugh's "antics", which keep the Wolverines - and their coach - on college football's center stage in the spring and summer. That was his choice in doing it, which is probably not something I'd do.

Harbaugh said he didn't understand the criticism he has heard about Michigan's lack of a roster. "As I said before, people make a lot of a big deal about our roster or not announcing a starting quarterback". I also like Florida's look, which will leave less of a mark on your cornea, but is still vibrant.

Harbaugh said in mid-August that incumbent starter Wilton Speight and fifth-year senior John O'Korn had separated themselves from the rest of Michigan's quarterbacks in a competition for the starting job.

In addition to the uniforms, the Jordan brand has released a new MI edition of the Jordan Trainer 2, which you can view in the Nike link above in the gallery link they provide in the announcement.

Don't be totally floored if Luke Del Rio, Feleipe Franks and Malik Zaire all remained sidelined the first play. More specifically, we've heard that Jim Harbaugh's team would be donning all-maize uniforms, which truly would be a sight to behold. The Wolverines "dominated" the Gators, according to McElwain, in a 41-7 victory at the Citrus Bowl that ended the 2015 season.

Florida and MI will kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET on ABC.

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