July 2nd, 2013 at 9:42 PM ^

I tend to believe that it is, but maybe not.  I do think that it's funny that the UM Health System can have a maize M on the ice with no issue, but they won't do it at center ice.  Then again, the center court at Crisler is navy too, so what do I know?


July 2nd, 2013 at 10:01 PM ^

What makes it banned, cuz it's blue? I'm not for sure. I do know a see a hell of a lot of Blue M's out there on a ton of new merchandise, and our pants.

My take is that the M must be maize or blue and be solid or have one stripe in the other color. no more than the one stripe. That flyer doesn't say anything about Blue M's which is why I don't really know.

I do agree on the health system logo- that maize M looks fine to me. I guess larger they didn't think so

Wolverine Devotee

July 2nd, 2013 at 10:12 PM ^

Wah wah wah.

You're delusional. Just today, Michigan had their twitter #GoBlueVIP session and the tags #GoBlueVIP and #Beatohio trended NATIONALLY several times today. Michigan Football social media is the most followed/liked out of any college athletics team worldwide (Facebook, Twitter, Vine, Instagram). If things like that are getting trended more than once nationally, it shows the health of the brand right there.

That's just social media. Not even counting the merchandise royalties, the ticket sales, Denard on the NCAA Football 14 cover, Wolverine players on national magazine covers, special features on national shows on Michigan Athletics (60 Minutes, CBS Sports, ESPNU)

The brand is flying high. 



July 2nd, 2013 at 10:41 PM ^

It's been a long time coming to actually have a Big Ten hockey league (ed: 91 years actually), just cool to see the logo showing that it finally happened

I'm curious to see if we (or any of the other Big Ten teams) will hang banners from 1959-1980 when people were technically/actually winning Big Ten titles.