2020-21 Season

Primer: NCAA Tournament time, TV, and streaming information

Michigan will open the NCAA tournament against Mount St. Mary’s or Texas Southern on Saturday at 3:00 p.m. (eastern). The game will be at Mackey Arena and will be televised on CBS.

Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel and Jamie Erdahl will be on the broadcast.

The Wolverines are the No. 1 seed in the East regional and would face either No. 8 LSU or No. 9 St Bonaventure on Monday if they advance to the round of 32. Round of 32 time, television and location information is expected later. Teams are not guaranteed to play their first and second round games at the same venue.

The top seeds in the East region are No. 1 Michigan, No. 2 Alabama, No. 3 Texas, No. 4 Florida State, No. 5 Colorado.

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Streaming Information:

All NCAA tournament broadcast will be available over the internet at NCAA.com. There are also apps available on the Apple, Android, Amazon Fire, Windows 10 and Roku platforms.

East Regional:

The East regional will all be played in the Indianapolis area, along with the rest of the 2021 NCAA Tournament.

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  1. AC1997

    Dana is a Michigan alum so that’s good. Playing in a gym we’ve played in before can’t hurt. Reggie is a terrible announcer so that’s not ideal. But anyone who isn’t Bardo will be a welcome change.

  2. adamsmit86

    Have all of the other game times been posted anywhere yet?

  3. umhoops

    I had the wrong broadcast crew there,s orry.

  4. redwings88311

    We have Ian Eagle, Jim Spanarkel and Jamie Erdahl.

  5. Mgoblue_913

    It’s wrong to look past any team in the tourney, but LSU is glaring as a major hurdle to move on. I like any 2 seed bracket opponent over Michigan’s 1 seed.

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