Golf glamor girl Paige Spiranac shows her support for Michigan by revealing Wolverine's bikini ahead of CFP National Championship game against Washington: 'Excited for the big game'
- Last year, Spiranac made the case for TCU before they were steamrolled by Georgia
- Michigan entered Monday's game as the favorite, despite both teams being 14-0
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Paige Spiranac wanted to know who the fans were supporting in Monday night's CFP National Championship game, but she made it abundantly clear that she was backing the Michigan Wolverines.
Ahead of the season finale between Washington and Michigan, the professional golfer turned social media personality joined the college football talk with a revealing photo on X.
Spiranac posted a photo of herself on her bed wearing a blue bikini top with the Michigan logo printed on the right side.
“Excited for the big game tonight,” she wrote. 'Who do you have as the winner? Michigan or Washington?'
Spiranac, a San Diego State alumnus, has been a longtime college sports fanatic and doesn't hesitate to show her support for various schools.
Paige Spiranac announced her support for the Michigan Wolverines with a revealing photo
The Wolverines had a 14-0 record heading into the game against Washington on Monday night
Last year, Spiranac posted a photo of himself wearing a TCU tank top before they lost 7-65 to Georgia
According to her Instagram bio, Spiranac is the “Number 1 Purdue Fan.” Meanwhile, during last year's college football game, she posted a similar photo in support of the TCU Horned Frogs.
Spiranac shared a photo of herself wearing a short white crop top with “TCU” printed in purple across the chest.
Unfortunately, the Horned Frogs were crushed by the Bulldogs 65-7. The 58-point difference was the largest deficit in a college football championship game.
Washington entered Monday's game with a perfect 14-0 record and a win over Texas in the Sugar Bowl.
Michigan also came into the game flawlessly after a Rose Bowl win over Alabama.