Michigan is one of four host schools for the 2014 Legends Classic, according to a report first published by ESPN.
Michigan will host early round games and participate in the predetermined semifinals on November 24th and 25th at the Barclays Center in Brookyln, NY.
VCU, Villanova and Oregon will be the other four host schools.
Michigan will host a two-game regional round of games between November 16th and 20th at the Crisler Center. Regional teams have yet to be announced.
Michigan last participated in the Legends Classic in 2010 and lost to Syracuse and UTEP.
The Wolverines are also expected to play at Arizona next season and are expected to host a Big Ten-ACC Challenge game. Find a full run-down of scheduled dates on our future schedules page.