Michigan sells out premium seating
By DAVE DYE
FOX Sports Detroit
March 8, 2011
Interested in those suites or club seats for Michigan football?
Get on a waiting list.
The university announced Wednesday that all 81 suites are sold out for the next two seasons at Michigan Stadium while the 3,000-plus club seats have been sold for the 2011 season.
Brady Hoke makes his debut as the Wolverines' coach Sept. 3 against Western Michigan. He replaces Rich Rodriguez, who was fired following a 7-6 season.
"We have received a tremendous response from our fans with respect to the new seating opportunities at Michigan Stadium," athletic director Dave Brandon said in a statement. "Our development office has done a great job getting commitments on every club seat and suite, and because of their hard work, we've generated a waiting list for those areas."
Michigan sold about 80 percent of the suites and 93 percent of the club seats last season.