Saturday August 15th, 2015

The Michigan Wolverines will sport all-white road uniforms for the 2015 season, reports The Wolverine. 

According to the report, first-year coach Jim Harbaugh requested the all-white jerseys, which will pay homage to the 1974 Michigan team. That year, the Wolverines went 10–1 while wearing similar threads on the road. 

Michigan has sported a variety of jerseys the past few seasons, a departure for the school known for it's conservative maize-and-blue look. The all-white uniforms are more reminiscent of Michigan's traditional look. 

The new jerseys will come in adidas's last season sponsoring the school. Michigan football will be wearing the Jordan brand starting next year.

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Here's a look at the 2015 all-white uniforms: 

[tweet: https://twitter.com/Balas_Wolverine/status/632351624124604416]

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