Obviously would love to have Mo Bamba, but just in case, here's the current list of transfers. This particular list makes a distinction between grad transfers and normal, Charles Matthews-type transfers (scroll down). Obviously, Michigan could also roll the scholarship forward
Michigan has an impressive 12-1 record in Sweet 16 games.
Here is the breakdown:
1964 - beat defending champion Loyola (Cazzie Russell and Bill Buntin)
1965 - beat
SEC champion Vanderbilt Dayton (Russell and Buntin again)
1966 - beat Western Kentucky with Clem Haskins (Cazzie still, but Buntin had graduated)
1974 - beat Notre Dame team that had snapped UCLA streak (Campy Russell)
1976 - beat Big 8 champ Missouri (Rickey Green, Phil Hubbard)
1977 - beat Dick Vitale's U Detroit squad (Rickey Green, Phil Hubbard)
1988 - lost to UNC (Glen Rice, Gary Grant)
1989 - beat UNC (Rice, Rumeal Robinson, Terry Mills)
1992 - beat Oklahoma State (Fab Five)
1993 - beat George Washington (Fab Five)
1994 - beat Maryland (Fab Five minus Webber)
2013 - beat Kansas (Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr, Mitch McGary)
2014 - beat Tennessee (
Nick Nik Stauskas, Caris Levert, Glenn Robinson III)
I will be on an airplane during the game tonight. The airplane will have WIFI. What are my best options to watch the game on my laptop?
USA vs Puerto Rico
ESPN2 - Spanish broadcast
I'm in the decided minority in that I think that Gottlieb is a good broadcaster. He produces interesting content, his hottakes are good show fodder, and he does some of the best radio teases in the business.
I suspect I'm not in the decided minority in looking at this: Gottlieb as a basketball coach would be an unmitigated disaster. Even giving him an interview is the kind of blunder that irreparably damages the reputation of that athletic department.