To our readers,
We want to assure you that despite the pandemic, the Big Ten canceling fall sports and the post office’s many issues, we will continue to publish The Wolverine and maintain our website in the Rivals network, TheWolverine.com.
Post Office Problems
In an effort to control costs (the post office has lost billions of dollars), the new postmaster has plans to eliminate overtime, change schedules and move around high-speed sorting equipment. COVID-19 is also an ongoing concern with the post office.
The result has been longer service delays in many areas of the country. We ask that you be patient with your delivery.
Please note that all subscribers have access to the digital version of the magazine at TheWolverineOnDemand.com and are sent a link before it’s even printed. The publication looks great on computers and tablets, and we urge you to give it a try.
Our Content Plans
Recruiting coverage will still be a mainstay of the magazine, with features on every football and basketball commitment, the master list of football targets who have received offers, a notes section and recruiting features.
Updates on Wolverines in the pros, Where Are They Now — a historical look back at a former U-M player or coach — columns and letters will continue to appear in each issue.
Until sports return, our main features will be rankings (the best games of the last decade, the top Michigan pro football and basketball players of all time, etc.), comparisons (how football and basketball coaches at U-M fared in certain categories, how players at the same position performed, etc.) and oral histories covering major moments in Wolverine sports.
While we would greatly prefer to be covering Michigan football this fall, we are excited about the challenge of providing you an interesting and informative magazine during a pandemic.
Stu Coman, Publisher