The University of Michigan has announced on Tuesday that their annual spring game will be on Saturday, April 14th at 7pm at Michigan Stadium.

This will be the second time in the last three years that the U-M spring game will be at night, the 2016 game was a 6:00pm start.  The game is free to the public.

The Wolverines and fourth-year head coach Jim Harbaugh (pictured) are coming off a disappointing 8-5 campaign in 2017, including losses to Michigan State and Ohio State, plus an Outback Bowl loss to South Carolina on New Year's Day.

The school is still awaiting word on the eligibility of transfer QB Shea Patterson, who has left Mississippi, and if declared eligible, would have two years of eligibility at Michigan.