In addition to having a killer jorts game, Max Bultman has always wanted to spend his time on sports.

I know how many people send the same kind of email before their freshmen years. I know how many never show up. I don’t fault them for it. I only feel bad that they don’t even know what they’re missing.

The Michigan water polo team dominated Indiana on the Wolverines' Senior Night.

On Senior Day, No. 7 Michigan thrashed No. 15 Indiana, 11-6, in a game the Wolverines never trailed.

Senior midfielder Kim Coughlan scored the game-winning goal to give Michigan a 12-11 victory.

Like she has so many times during her illustrious Michigan career, Coughlan delivered with a game-winning shot and gave the Wolverines the thrilling 12-11 victory.

Senior guard Derrick Walton Jr. in a game against Northwestern at Pinnacle Bank Arena on Sunday.

There is one aspect of being the No. 8 seed that creates an irresistible storyline leading up to this tournament for Michigan. The team it will face, Illinois, is due at least partial credit for starting the Wolverines’ second-half run in the first place.

Junior forward D.J. Wilson in a game against Indiana on Sunday.

Coming off a blowout win in a rivalry that has been torturous of late, the Wolverines somehow delivered a more impressive win in the follow up against Indiana.

Last year, former Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland dabbed, so really, anything could happen this time.

What would be the perfect Signing of the Stars? Who should introduce whom? Is the dab too dead to revive? We took a stab at predicting the ideal event.

Michigan fans watch in disappointment as the Wolverines fell to Florida State in the Orange Bowl at Hard Rock Stadium on December 30.

But for those inclined to look back and wonder, “What if?” the loss to the Seminoles came with an odd blend of regret and relief.

Football can be a calming influence, but the game encompasses the same political themes found in other walks of life.

It’s tempting to ignore the most raw, visceral emotions we’ve felt through the election cycle and instead high-five over touchdowns. It's imperative that we reject that opportunity.

Athletic Director Warde Manuel speaks Friday morning at a summit for sexual assault prevention.

Manuel said the athletic department has already undergone efforts to educate student-athletes about sexual assault, and he reported that early results of the athletes’ understanding of the University’s sexual assault policies were positive.

This year's Hall of Honor class will be Warde Manuel's first as athletic director.

Mark Donahue, Lorne Howes, Kate Johnson and Jon Urbanchek will bring the total number of people in the Hall to 217.