2019-20 Season

Game 18: Penn State at Michigan Open Thread

Michigan and Penn State are set for a 7:00 p.m. (BTN) tip at the Crisler Center tonight. The Wolverines are expected to be without Isaiah Livers for the sixth consecutive game.

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  1. RedsMaizeandBlue

    Am I wrong in thinking this is one of the more ‘must win’ games of the season? Coming off three of four defeats, this starts a five-game streak of games before hosting MSU that are all differing ranges of winnable. AND this is the game before welcoming in a red-hot Illinois.

  2. umhoops

    It’s important, but it isn’t necessarily more important than any other home game left on the schedule.

  3. umhoops

    Tonight’s officiating crew for Penn State at Michigan: Terry Oglesby, Bill Ek and Paul Szelc.

  4. RedsMaizeandBlue

    That’s fair. I’m just worried about the timing. At the start of the season I would have looked at this coming five-game stretch and thought this could be a good 5-0 stretch before the MSU game. After two losses on the road, it feels to me like this is a game to try and get some momentum back and starting up again at home.

  5. tarverine

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