Michigan will play at St. John’s in the 2023 Gavitt Games, per Jon Rothstein.
The matchup in New York City should be one of the first high-profile games for new St. John’s head coach Rick Pitino. The game is expected to be scheduled for November 13th at Madison Square Garden.
Other Gavitt Games matchups include:
- Xavier at Purdue
- Iowa at Creighton
- Marquette at Illinois
- Maryland at Villanova
- Butler at Michigan State
- Georgetown at Rutgers
- Wisconsin at Providence
Michigan is 2-2 in the Gavitt Games with wins over Villanova and Creighton and losses to Seton Hall and Xavier.
The Wolverines will also travel to Oregon (December 2nd) and play against Florida in Charlotte while participating in the Battle 4 Atlantis, which features North Carolina, Villanova, Arkansas, Memphis, Texas Tech, Stanford and Northern Iowa. No marquee home games have been announced or reported on the 2023-24 schedule.
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This had already been reported a bit, but now Rothstein put out the matchups.
So already six high-major games: SJU (road), Oregon (road), B4A (neutral), and Florida (neutral).
Not having a single notable home game is definitely a bit deflating, but feels inevitable with the Jumpman event.
we are cannon fodder this year. pro wrestling jobbers
Over/Under 5 noncon losses feels right. That B4A field is pretty loaded.
Wasn’t really thinking about results. Just that the lack of marquee home games is tough for season ticket holders.
SJU and Oregon on the road is brutal. With the lane noncon home game and possible lackluster play the home crowds this year are going to be all time bad