UConn vs. Michigan Online Live Stream, TV Broadcast Info

    UConn vs. Michigan online live stream, TV broadcast information, and predictions. The No. 18-ranked Huskies go up against the Wolverines in the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament.

    November 24, 2015

    Everything you need to know about the UConn vs. Michigan online live stream and TV broadcast, as well as game notes and prediction.


    It took Kevin Ollie just two years to get to 50 career victories, and at 75-33, he’s already sixth on the all-time list of UConn coaching victories.

    Ollie will turn to a trio of Sterling Gibbs, Shonn Miller and Rodney Purvis to carry the load offensively in this matchup.

    Meanwhile, Michigan is trying to build off a 16-16 campaign last season that left the Wolverines out of the NCAA tournament. Getting a win against UConn would be a resume-building victory, but that means  Caris LeVert (19.3 ppg, 5.0 rebounds,
    5.0 assists), Derrick Walton (10.7 ppg), Aubrey Dawkins (9.0) and Zak Irvin (3.5 ppg) have to come to play.

    Below is everything you need to know about the game, including the UConn vs. Michigan online live stream, TV broadcast information, game notes and prediction.


    UConn vs. Michigan Online Live Stream, Game Broadcast Information

    • Venue: Imperial Arena, Bahamas.
    • Date: Wednesday, November 25
    • Tipoff Time: 9:30 p.m. ET
    • TV Broadcast: AXS
    • UConn vs. Michigan Online Live Stream: UConn Radio Live Stream

    Prediction

    Ollie is a great college coach, and his players play hard for him. They’ll do so again in this one. The Huskies will knock down their high-percentage looks and get a few tougher shots to go while keeping the Wolverines off the line. UConn will push Michigan off the perimeter and force it to take ill-advised, contested jump shots. UConn wins this one but not without a fight.

    For the score prediction, check out our UConn vs. Michigan game preview


    Game Notes

    • The Battle 4 Atlantis champions include Harvard in 2011, Duke
      in 2012, Villanova in 2013, and Wisconsin in 2014. UConn participated
      in the in the 2011 Battle for Atlantis, finishing in 5th place.
      UConn topped UNC-Ashville, 73-63, in the first round, bowed to
      UCF, 68-63, in the semifinals, and defeated Florida State, 78-76 in
      overtime on the final day of the tourney.
    • UConn and Michigan have met three times on the basketball
      court. In 1939, Michigan topped UConn, 62-45, on a neutral court.
      In 2009, UConn defeated Michigan, 69-61, at Gampel Pavilion, and
      Michigan retaliated the following year, 68-63, at Crisler Arena.
    • John Beilein’s Wolverines average 22 three-point attempts per
      game and hits just under 10 per game.
    • Ollie’s .695 winning percentage
      ranks fourth among UConn coaches who have coached more than 20 games and he and
      Jim Calhoun are the only UConn coaches to win the NCAA championship. 

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