Michigan Stadium's Debut New Light Turns off Shocking

Michigan Stadium Introduces New Lights, Turns Them Off for an ' insane' Experience.

For the football game versus Bowling Green on Saturday night, Michigan Stadium featured new lighting. The moment they went off may have been the most exciting.

Before the season, the cutting-edge LED lighting system—which replaced the HID installed in 2010—was installed. 

On sunny days, Michigan's first two games began at noon and 3:30 p.m. ET, respectively. The first opportunity for the lights to shine was Saturday's game, which began at 7:40 p.m. 

The mood appeared to be enjoyed by the players, coaches, and spectators.

After Michigan's 31-6 victory, Allison Podnar, who was situated in section 37, remarked that it "added to the fan experience positively."  

Scot Loeffler, the head coach at Bowling Green, made the quip, "They probably scheduled us for the night game to test their lights, I would assume." 

Bowling Green linebacker Darren Anders stated, "Oh, yes, we spotted it. "As we arrived, we noticed that they had new lighting. We were happy. 

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