Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M

Athletics

  1. NCAA Committee on Infractions rules on football case

    The NCAA Committee on Infractions announced Nov. 4 that it has accepted the self-imposed sanctions initiated by U-M during the NCAA Response on May 25, and added an additional year of probation for the football program. The university contested two allegations, and the NCAA report was favorable in each instance.

  2. Hailed! Retired jerseys at Michigan

    Tradition is the animating spirit of U-M sports. But when it comes to retiring the numbers of great athletes, the traditions become downright weird.

  3. 'Think fast, play fast, break people down'

    A young, blazingly fast team and its third-year coach are ready to take on the Big Ten. Nope, it’s not who you think it is.

  4. Football's back!

    Stories and photos you can only find in Michigan Today.

  5. What is a Michigan Man?

    Producers from Funny or Die came to this year’s Champions for Children’s Hearts celebrity golf fundraiser, organized by former U-M football players Brian Griese, Steve Hutchinson and Charles Woodson, to learn what sets a Wolverine apart.

  6. Building – and building on – Michigan Stadium

    The story of the construction of the Big House, Michigan Stadium.

  7. The innovator

    How U-M coach Fritz Crisler and World War Two created modern football.
    Plus: Lloyd Carr retires as associate athletic director

  8. Lloyd Carr retires as associate athletic director

    Former University of Michigan football coach Lloyd Carr retired as associate athletic director for the Wolverines.

  9. Yost's walkout

    Someday soon, the Big Ten may expand. History shows that the biggest changes would be unexpected ones—like when U-M quit the Big Ten in 1907, and found its biggest rivals.

    Plus: U-M responds to NCAA allegations.