Throughout the past 125 years, both Michigan sports and the Daily have been overcome by change.
Schefter is now an ESPN NFL Insider who appears on numerous NFL shows on the network, in addition to frequently contributing to ESPN.com and ESPN Radio.
The University’s aspiring journalists are spending their classroom time studying anything but journalism.
Rosenberg has written for some of the top papers in the country, including The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Detroit Free Press, The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Sacramento Bee.
The history of Michigan athletics is told through moments.
There’s only one thing that could connect the dots between an impounded car in Chicago, a week in Hawaii, a 1,000-mile drive to Oklahoma City, a 24-hour Greyhound trip to Omaha and a journey to Alaska.
In Thursday night’s 3-1 victory against Central Michigan (1-4-1), Michigan continued its impressive offensive stretch.
The following is an excerpt from John U. Bacon's upcoming book “Endzone: The Rise, Fall, and Return of Michigan Football.”
The Daily breaks down Michigan’s current plans to commemorate its past, present and future in its 150th year of athletics.
When Jim Hackett played football at Michigan, he remembers looking into the student section, wondering what it would be like to spend a game day there.