Tom Brady is back at the Big House.
The suspended New England Patriots quarterback returned to the storied stadium to serve as an honorary captain for No. 4 Michigan against Colorado on Saturday.
Brady was sporting a blue pullover with a maize block M as he walked onto the field about an hour before kickoff.
He chatted briefly with coach Jim Harbaugh at midfield and the two former Wolverines quarterbacks threw passes together while players warmed up.
On the same field the night before, Brady threw a touchdown pass to his son and posted a video of it on his Facebook page. The Patriots drafted Brady out of Michigan in the sixth round in 2000 after he shared time as senior with Drew Henson.
He is sitting out the the first four games of teh season because of his role in what has become known as "Deflategate."