Pretty much all day on the Big Ten Network today they have everything Michigan. Replays of wins against Ohio,episodes of the Journey, and a Michigan/Cuse pre game show.
Michigan bball on pretty much all day on Big Ten Network. Plus FF preview
Now how do I get a stream for sportscenter to see if Trey get's POY?!!!
The Wooden Award presentation, per the site, will be at 11:15 AM EDT on Sportcenter. I believe Sportscenter streams on ESPN3, so if you can get to that, you should be OK.
Also, at 3 PM on ESPNU (735 on Comcast here in the Detroit area), they will have "Road The The Championship: Michigan". All four surviving teams will be highlighted in the 2 PM to 4 PM block there - Louisville, Wichita State, Michigan and Syracuse in that order.
ESPN3 it is
...and will continue to be.
CBS College Sports is showing all of our tournament games all week as well.
Great pub for the Maize & Blue.
BTN has been heavy on Mich hoops all week and has also shown the episode of "big ten's greatest seasons" featuring the 88-89 hoops season (showcasing the league as a whole). I certainly remember the NBA talent our championship team featured and how good Illinois was that year. What I did not remember (I was 10 or so at the time), is that it was Indiana who won the Big Ten that year and that Iowa was the preseason #1 team in the country. Wow. I think they mention Michigan had 7 future NBA players on that title team, with 4 first round picks? Loaded.
I was 11 in '89 and have seen replays of the game over time but it's interesting what I forgot about the title run. A few things stuck out to me:
(1) Scoring. Michigan's lowest scoring game was the final. They scored over 80 in every game, over 90 three times, and put up 102 in the regional final against UVA.
(2) The semi-final vs. Illinois featured 33 lead changes.
(3) Up 12 in the second half and almost blew it on 6-24 shooting down the stretch.
(4) The foul on Rumeal to send him to the line in OT to shoot the eventual game winners was a weak, ticky-tack, hand check. Terrible call.
in regards to what you term a "weak, ticky-tack hand check/ Terrible call.", 24 years ago CBB was a non-tackle sport.