2020-21 Season

Michigan announces 2020-21 schedule

With season tip-off just a week away, the Big Ten finally announced the 2020-21 schedule today.

The conference is sticking with its typical 20-game schedule.

Michigan has single plays at home against Illinois, Iowa and Rutgers with road single plays at Nebraska, Ohio State at Purdue. The Wolverines play every other team in the league twice.

The Wolverines tip off Big Ten play on December 13th against Penn State. Here’s Michigan’s complete 2020-21 schedule:

Weds. November 25, 2020 Bowling GreenW, 96-821-0 Ann Arbor, Mich.
Sun. November 29, 2020OaklandW, 81-71 (OT)2-0 Ann Arbor, Mich.
Weds December 2, 2020Ball StateW, 84-653-0 Ann Arbor, Mich.
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Sun. December 6, 2020Central FloridaW, 80-584-0 Ann Arbor, Mich.
Weds. December 9, 2020 North Carolina StatePostponedPostponed Ann Arbor, Mich.
Weds. December 9, 2020 ToledoW, 91-715-0 Ann Arbor, Mich.
Sun. December 13, 2020Penn StateW, 62-586-0 (1-0) Ann Arbor, Mich.
Fri. December 25, 2020 at NebraskaW, 80-697-0 (2-0) Lincoln, Neb.
Thurs. December 31, 2020at MarylandW, 84-738-0 (3-0) College Park, Md.
Sun. January 3, 2021NorthwesternW, 85-669-0 (4-0) Ann Arbor, Mich.
Weds. January 6, 2021MinnesotaW, 82-5710-0 (5-0) Ann Arbor, Mich.
Tues. January 12, 2021WisconsinW, 77-5411-0 (6-0) Ann Arbor, Mich.

Sat. January 16, 2021at MinnesotaL, 75-5711-1 (6-1) Minneapolis, Minn.
Tues. January 19, 2021 MarylandW, 87-63 12-1 (7-1) Ann Arbor, Mich.
Fri. January 22, 2021at PurdueW, 70-5313-1 (8-1) West Lafayette, Ind.
Weds.January 27, 2021at Penn StatePostponed State College, Pa.

Sat. January 30, 2021IndianaPostponed Ann Arbor, Mich.

Weds. February 3, 2021 at NorthwesternPostponed Evanston, Ill.

Sun. February 14, 2021
at WisconsinW, 67-5914-1 (9-1) Madison, Wis.
Thurs. February 18, 2021
RutgersW, 71-6415-1 (10-1) Ann Arbor, Mich.
Sun. February 21, 2021
at Ohio StateW, 92-8716-1 (11-1) Columbus, Ohio
Thurs. February 25, 2021
IowaW, 79-5617-1 (12-1) Ann Arbor, Mich.
Sat. February 27, 2021
at IndianaW, 73-5718-1 (13-1) Bloomington, Ind.
Tues. March 2, 2021IllinoisL, 76-5318-2 (13-2) Ann Arbor, Mich.
Thurs. March 4, 2021 Michigan State7:00 PMESPN Ann Arbor, Mich.

Sun. March 7, 2021at Michigan State4:30 PMCBS East Lansing, Mich.

Big Ten Tournament

Weds. March 10, 2021Big Ten First RoundTBA Indianapolis, Ind.
Thurs. March 11, 2021Big Ten Second RoundTBA Indianapolis, Ind.
Fri. March 12, 2021Big Ten QuarterfinalsTBA Indianapolis, Ind.
Sat. March 13, 2021Big Ten SemifinalsTBA Indianapolis, Ind.
Sun. March 14, 2021 Big Ten FinalTBA Indianapolis, Ind.

Notable Replies

  1. CoryR

    Having these kids play on Christmas is just stupid in my opinion. I don’t get that at all.

  2. ReegsShannon

    Gonna be a lot of time for this team to grow and gel… Gonna go 11 games before playing a likely tournament team.

  3. umhoops

    If that’s not enough… 7pm on NYE

  4. Lobstrycz2

    Given the green vs red matchup for Wisconsin-MSU, I think Gard and Izzo should both have to coach in Santa costumes.

    And Loyer & Davidson should have to play with elf ears. Davidson is definitely a South Pole though.

  5. silverblue

    I mean this in the kindest possible way. I honestly think we should just be thankful that we have college basketball and Michigan Basketball in particular. On March 12 of last year 15 minutes or so before the scheduled tipoff of Michigan’s opening round game in the B1G Tournament, as I sat in front of my TV excitedly awaiting the game, I had no idea that there would be no more basketball for the rest of the year. If we cannot play NC State on Wednesday, and that seems probable at this point, I would love to watch Michigan play Wake or Western or just about anyone.

    This is going to get worse before it gets better and we need, I think, to cherish every game our young men get to play and every game that we are privileged to watch. This is just the perspective of a little old silver haired Michigan Basketball fan who dearly wants to see our guys play, SAFELY, as many times as possible until we can get on the other side of this pandemic. I just know that it can be taken away at any moment, and that nothing is a given, at this point. If we can’t play NC State I would love to watch a UM vs Wake game!

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