2021-22 Season

Michigan announces 2021-22 non-conference schedule

Michigan formally announced its 2021-22 non-conference schedule today. The Wolverines will play a road exhibition game at Wayne State, a showcase game for Coaches vs. Racism against Prairie View A&M in Washington D.C., travel to Las Vegas for the Roman Main Event, and face off against North Carolina, Seton Hall and San Diego State.

Michigan’s expected home game against Kentucky was replaced with San Diego State because “due to uncertainties with scheduling, the Wildcats elected to not play this season.” The Michigan press release notes that the game in London is still on for December 2022 and “continued discussions are being made to reschedule both home games.”

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  2. Mdemorest4

    I’m equally as surprised by the amount of Michigan fans who get concerned whenever HD says things like this. As if it matters more to lose a game after talking trash.

  3. BleedBlue

    Hunter really is the best. A heel who is known for smart trash talk and burying people on the court, rather than overly-physical play or flopping. Doesnt take himself too seriously, but speaks his mind. Glad we got a second year

  4. umhoops

    Yep – hard not to be in on Hunter Dickinson heading into this year. Reminds me a bit of Nik Stauskas’s path where he was always confident bordering on cocky but could really reach a new level as a sophomore.

  5. umhoops

    I’m guessing actually reading social media is pretty much a no fly zone for any Big Ten basketball player during the season. And the stuff from their own “fans” is probably more unreadable than the silly stuff from Illinois fans or whoever.

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