MI to wear all-maize uniforms in opener vs. Florida

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MI to wear all-maize uniforms in opener vs. Florida

While talking to reporters today, Harbaugh was asked if he was ready to announce who his starting quarterback will be.

The Wolverines face Florida on Saturday, Sept. 2, at AT&T Stadium in the regular-season opener for both teams.

Like most teams, Florida has announced its final roster.

McElwain said "of course not" when asked whether Robinson would be available Saturday in Arlington, Texas. "And that was his choice in doing it. Very interesting. We'd like to have that information from them, I'm sure they'd like to have it from us, and right now neither is giving that information". I have not seen a starting quarterback come out of Florida.

Harbaugh said in mid-August that incumbent starter Wilton Speight and fifth-year senior John O'Korn had separated themselves from the rest of Michigan's quarterbacks in a competition for the starting job. "As I said before, people make a lot of a big deal about our roster or not announcing a starting quarterback". Speight won nine games in his first year leading the offense last year.

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McElwain said Monday that his staff has a quarterback plan for Saturday's game, but that he wants MI to have to prepare for several potential looks.

McElwain wasn't any more forthcoming Monday about how he plans to divide the playing time between quarterbacks Malik Zaire, Feleipe Franks and Luke Del Rio against MI.

It's not exactly Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor, but Jim Harbaugh and Jim McElwain are adding some sizzle to Saturday's much-anticipated matchup between MI and Florida.

The game kicks off at 3:30 p.m. ET on ABC.

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