DETROIT (WWJ) The University of Michigan’s new head football coach has stirred up a lot of excitement among students, fans, and even people who sell advance parking reservations on campus.

In July, the University of Michigan announced it had cut off orders for its 2015 season tickets, after 90,000 orders were received. It’s the highest number of orders in three years.

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On the student side, they’ve sold 17, 899 tickets, up from 11,597 last year.

And now on to parking.

“Our reservations have been going through the roof for all our games, of course there’s utter insanity for Michigan State and Ohio State. If you haven’t gotten parking reservations for those two games you’d better hurry up.

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“People are just excited for the season. They’re planning their tailgates, they’re coming in from all over town and all over the world. We spoke to somebody from Germany who’s coming in for a game.”

That’s Taylor Bond, one of the founders of “ParknParty,” which allows football fans to reserve a parking space for Michigan football games, online or by phone.

He said the most upscale of tailgates involve big screen TVs, caterers and more. “We’re able to package those services for people … sort of a tailgate in a box sort of thing that people really appreciate and enjoy,” he said.

This is the fifth year for the service, which also provides upscale tailgating for fans who want a little something extra. ParknParty has recently expanded to offer parking in South Bend, Indiana for Notre Dame.

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