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How to support Michigan football NIL, do the trophy walk and be Spring Game Commissioner

Michigan football fans can support the team through NIL, get an up close and personal view of the trophies from this past season, and more. Here’s how.



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The Michigan football spring game is set for April 20th. Not only will that be our first extended look at the 2024 Michigan football team, but the Wolverines will also get their national championship rings.

Blake Corum revealed that on Sunday when he threw out the first pitch at the Detroit Tigers game. It’s going to be a special day in Ann Arbor — the spring game always is — but the Champions Circle is offering Michigan fans the chance at a cool experience.

“The Champions Circle Trophy Walk” will give fans “the opportunity to get up close and personal with the championship trophies from Michigan football’s 2023-24 season.”

The event will feature two sessions: Session One from 11 AM – 3 PM and Session Two from 3 PM to 6 PM. Tickets are available for $125 and are extremely limited. The experience includes:

  • Witness Al Glick Field House – the Michigan Football indoor practice facility

  • Fan encounter with the following trophies: Paul Bunyan, Little Brown Jug, The Bus (Bussin’ Bowl), Rose Bowl, B1G Championship and National Championship

  • (1) Digital Photo with the National Championship Trophies per guest

Michigan football online auction for NIL support

In celebration of the Michigan football Spring Game, Champions Circle has also released an exclusive action aimed at raising funds for NIL.

Some of the items include a dinner with head coach Sherrone Moore. Personal items signed by Michigan football legend and former head coach Jim Harbaugh, spring game sideline passes and the auction is highlighted by the chance to become the Spring Game Commissioner, which sounds freaking awesome.

If you’re a Michigan football who wants to support NIL, this would be a great way to do it, and here’s everything that comes with being Spring Game Commissioner:

2024 Michigan Spring Football Commissioner 

Sunday, April 14th – Draft Day

  • Tour of Schembechler Hall
  • Exclusive Access to BOTH teams Draft Rooms (Maize/Blue)
  • Announcer of the first 5 Draft Picks (Present team hat and shirt along along with picture)
  • Stay for the duration of Draft

Monday, April 15th 

  • Observe Post Draft Team Meetings

Wednesday, April 17th

  •  Private Maize and Blue Team Practices

Thursday, April 18th

  •  Private Maize and Blue Team Practices

Saturday, April 20th 

  • 10:00 a.m. 2023 National Championship Team Ceremony
  • 11:00 a.m. Ride on Team Bus from Schembechler Hall to The Big House
  • 12:00 p.m. 2024 Michigan Football Spring Game
    • Exclusive Access to BOTH Maize and Blue Team Locker Rooms (pre-game, half-time, and post-game)
    • During game, with Coach Moore on field, behind the play
    • Access to both Maize and Blue Team Sidelines
  • Post Game: Picture with National Championship Trophy in Glick Field House w/ Coach Moore (all fans in the photo must be 21+ years of age)


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Chris has worked in sports journalism since 2005 writing for multiple newspapers and websites such as the Bleacher Report and Fansided where he has covered the Michigan Wolverines since 2016. With family ties to Detroit, Chris has been a Wolverines diehard since the day he was born and attacks every blog with an enthusiasm unknown to mankind. Chris is also a Heisman Trophy voter.