Michigan QB Jack Kennedy, WR Joe Reynolds unveil song to be played at home opener vs. Air Force
There could be a new soundtrack for the Michigan football team this season.
Wolverines reserve quarterback Jack Kennedy and receiver Joe Reynolds, who record music under the name "JDK and Rey," have released their latest track "Hundred Level" -- and it features a performance by the Michigan Marching Band.
Kennedy and Reynolds said on Twitter the song will be played at Michigan Stadium this season. That includes for the home opener Sept. 8 against Air Force.
The players also have released two other songs. "Kenny's Anthem" is inspired by linebacker Kenny Demens, and "Away" includes a video that features cameos by current players. (Including star quarterback Denard Robinson, who is shown riding a skateboard, shoes untied.)
Last year, Michigan's unofficial anthem was "In The Big House," performed by Muskegon's Pop Evil. Highlight videos were set to the tune, which was often played before, during and after games.
Could the Wolverines feature two of their own players this year?
It appears, at least to a degree, the answer is yes.