1. Built to last

    How U-M’s greatest coaches construct programs that win for years.
    Plus: Slideshow: U-M’s top coaches

  2. The Big House after hours

    Tons of trash, visitors from all over the earth and the 50-Yard-Line Club keep it hopping. Plus: football update and stadium photos.

  3. Victors valiant

    Wolverines romp through the NCAA tournaments.

  4. What I learned from Bo

    John U. Bacon, a lecturer in U-M’s history department and Michigan Today’s sportswriter, won the 2009 Golden Apple Award, given by U-M students for great teaching. In this excerpt from his “ideal last lecture” he describes a lesson learned from—and does a spot-on impersonation of—coach Schembechler.

  5. 20 years later

    In 1989, Michigan’s men’s basketball team made an improbable run through the NCAA tournament, winning the national title in a heartstopper against Seton Hall.

  6. A drive for perfection

    The Wolverines’ female gymnasts rank among the country’s best. How do they keep their edge…and what does hockey have to do with it? (plus video)

  7. The late, great 98

    Tom Harmon may have been the best college football player ever. His single-handed destruction of Ohio State is the stuff of gridiron legend. But his exploits as a pilot during World War Two made him a hero not just in a game, but in life.

  8. Pigskin

    The spread offense isn’t the only thing that’s changed in football. So have the words.