The game will be televised on CBS and Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel and Lewis Johnson will handle broadcasting duties.
Michigan-Wofford is part of Thursday’s second session ticket at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
If Michigan tops Wofford, the Wolverines will face the winner of No. 7 Texas and No. 10 Arizona State (Thurs, 9:40 p.m.). The winner of that game will advance to the Sweet 16 in the tournament’s Midwest region in Indianapolis, Ind.
Full weekend schedule, bracket, streaming video and ticket information after the jump.
Wednesday, March 19th
PRACTICES (OPEN TO MEDIA AND GENERAL PUBLIC)
- Practices (open to media and public)
- Noon-12:40 p.m. American
- 12:45-1:25 p.m. BYU
- 1:30-2:10 p.m. Wisconsin
- 2:15-2:55 p.m. Oregon
- 4:25-5:05 p.m. Michigan
- 5:10-5:50 p.m. Texas
- 5:55-6:35 p.m. Woﬀord
- 6:40-7:20 p.m. Arizona State
Thursday, March 20th:
- 12:40 p.m., truTV: Wisconsin vs. American
- 3:10 p.m., truTV: Oregon vs. BYU
- 7:10 p.m., CBS: Michigan vs. Wofford
- 9:40 p.m., CBS: Texas vs. Arizona St.
Saturday, March 22nd
- 5:10 p.m. (eastern), CBS: Michigan vs. Texas
All NCAA tournament broadcast will be available over the internet at NCAA.com/MMOD. As well as on the NCAA March Madness app on the iPhone, iPod and select Android devices.
The Midwest regional semifinals and finals will be played at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana. Midwest regional games are scheduled to be played on March 28th and 30th, 2014.