The Big Ten released a proposal to move fall sports games to just in-conference play.

On Thursday afternoon, Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren made one thing clear: nothing is set in stone. 

The press conference followed a statement by the Big Ten saying fall sports would be restricted to a conference-only schedule. 

Daily Sports Writer Teddy Gutkin had a dream come true traveling to cover the NCAA Tournament.

Inspired by an article from the Boston Globe, the Sports section presents this series on our favorite memories as Daily sportswriters.

Associate Athletic Director Greg Harden talks about making challenging life decisions at the TedxUofM Absolute Zero Conference at the Power Center last February.

After 34 years at Michigan, Greg Harden, who served as both executive associate athletic director and director of counseling has retired, Angelique Chengelis from the Detroit News

The Athletic Department projects a deficit in the 2021 fiscal year

University releases budget projections.

Athletic director Warde Manuel announces they do not plan to isolate student athletes.

In response to Dr.

Phase one athletes reintroduced in 20-day process.

On Monday, the University announced football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball teams can return for voluntary workouts. Before the athletes can participate, however, they will first have to go through the athletic department’s 14-day pre-report assessment, followed by a six-day resocialization period.

The process will include symptom surveys, both a COVID-19 test and an antibody test, periods for shelter-in-place and more.

Two student athletes test positive for COVID-19

As Michigan begins its reintroduction of athletes onto campus through a four-step process, of the 221 tests performed on student-athletes, two returned positive.

Michigan is allowing some athletes back on campus.

Michigan will join the schools that have allowed some athletes back on campus for voluntary workouts this week, the school announced in a release Monday.

Michigan's athletes could soon be back on campus.

Michigan could soon let its athletes back on campus.

University president Mark Schlissel cast doubt on a football season if there are no students on campus.

As colleges and conferences across the country move closer to resuming athletic activities, Michigan President Mark Schlissel is taking a much more measured approach.