Fifth-year senior defensive end Chris Wormley after the game against Indiana on Nov. 19.

Chris Wormley wrote a letter of thanks to the Michigan community for supporting him throughout the season.

Wheatley served as Jim Harbaugh’s running backs coach in each of Harbaugh’s first two seasons in Ann Arbor.

Speight first started practicing mindfulness after learning that his competitiveness could be a detriment.

Redshirt sophomore quarterback Wilton Speight uses the lessons he learned from his high school basketball coach Alex Peavey in order to maintain a cool demeanor on the field.

Redshirt sophomore Jabrill Peppers ended his Michigan career Tuesday by declaring for the NFL Draft.

A decision that seemed inevitable for months is now official, as redshirt sophomore linebacker Jabrill Peppers announced Tuesday that he will forgo his remaining two years of eligibility at Michigan and enter the NFL Draft.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh will reportedly be reunited with Pep Hamilton for the 2017 season.

Former Cleveland Browns assistant head coach and quarterbacks coach Pep Hamilton is joining the Michigan coaching staff.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh helped the Wolverines secure the commitment of Chuck Filiaga.

The Wolverines reeled in Chuck Filiaga — a four-star offensive lineman — this week, but were unable to flip Najee Harris' commitment.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh has already brought the program back to national prominence.

The Michigan football season was a disappointment, and the men’s basketball team is in a rut. But don’t forget things could be a lot worse.

Chris Evans scored a 30-yard touchdown in the Wolverines' Orange Bowl loss.

Thinking about the heartbreaking ending for De’Veon Smith and the rest of the seniors, Evans couldn’t help but feel like he let them down.

Redshirt sophomore quarterback Wilton Speight threw an interception with 16 seconds left.

Michigan picked up 107 yards and gained its first lead of the game in a dramatic fourth quarter, but it wasn't enough to pull out the win.

Senior tight end Jake Butt was injured in the second quarter of the Orange Bowl on Friday night.

There’s plenty of room to debate whether players ought to sit out bowl games, whether they owe it more to the school to play or to themselves to be safe, but this much is hardly up for debate: What happened to Jake Butt on Friday is tragic.