The Michigan Wolverines have advanced to the Final Four for the second time in the past six seasons and BTN is taking its studio crew on the road for comprehensive coverage. The network’s trip to San Antonio includes pre and postgame press conferences as well as multiple studio shows featuring Dave Revsine, Andy Katz, Mike DeCourcy, Stephen Bardo and Jon Crispin. The studio set will be located at 889 E. Market Street on the Marriott Riverwalk in San Antonio. BTN tips off its coverage at 1:30 p.m. ET on Thursday with the press conferences of Loyola-Chicago’s Porter Moser and Michigan’s
Michigan will try to become the first Big Ten team to make the national title game since Wisconsin in 2015. This preview details reasons why the Wolverines could win and also how they could lose against Loyola. I’ll send an update if they advance. Let me know if you have any questions.
Come along back to 1989. It was 29 years ago. George Bush was president, cell phones were the stuff of Star Trek and the Internet was a dream. They were simpler times. Fast-forward to today, and Michigan could be cutting down the nets for the second time in program history.
Michigan is headed to the Final Four for the second time in six seasons. See how former Michigan players reacted to their team advancing to the Final Four below.
Pack your bags, Michigan! The Wolverines are headed to the Final Four! A 58-54 win vs. Florida State in the Elite Eight propels Michigan to its eighth Final Four and first since 2013, when the Wolverines lost the national title game to Louisville.
The BTN Stats Guys preview Michigan's last roadblock before the Final Four: a matchup with Florida State.
Michigan is rolling! The Wolverines took control of this game early and never looked back, beating Texas A&M, 99-72. Now, Michigan is a one win from its eighth Final Four, as the program chases its first national title since 1989.
The Final Four is the holy grail of college basketball. Reaching that destination is often the thing that defines a career. But, some coaches toil for years with high success and never reach a Final Four. Here is a look at the six most successful Big Ten coaches from an overall wins standpoint over the last 50 years (since 1967-68 season) who never made a Final Four.
Michigan and Purdue are two wins away from the Final Four. Before entertaining thoughts of a trip to San Antonio, though, the Big Ten tourney champs and the conference's highest-seeded team have interesting Sweet 16 matchups.
Michigan’s Moe Wagner and Purdue’s Carsen Edwards are two of the best players left in the Sweet 16. Edwards was consensus first-team All-Big Ten and earned some All-American honors. Wager was consensus second-team All-Big Ten. But thus far in the Big Dance, neither has been at the top of his game.