By Edward Cardenas

ANN ARBOR (CBS Detroit) – Summer is just underway the University of Michigan has announced that two marquee football games this fall are sold out.

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Michigan’s Oct. 17 game against Michigan State, and Nov. 28 game with Ohio State, are sold out.

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According to the Michigan ticketing website, tickets are available for the remainder of home games including Sept. 12 against Oregon State, Sept. 19 against UNLV, Sept. 26 against BYU, Oct. 10 against Northwestern and Nov. 7 against Rutgers.

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In other Michigan football news, interim athletic director Jim Hackett also told MLive that there are no additional plans to play neutral site football games beyond a 2017 game against Florida at AT&T Stadium.