The Big Ten has released the times and television networks for a majority of the 2017-18 season on Thursday afternoon.
Michigan will play four game on CBS (Indiana, UCLA, at Wisconsin, Ohio State) two games on FOX (at MSU, Minnesota) four on FS1 and 10 games on the ESPN family of networks.
This will be the first time that Michigan and MSU play on a FOX Sports network thanks to the new deal they signed with the Big Ten.
One of those 10 games on ESPN will be Michigan at North Carolina on Nov. 29. The tip-off will be at 7:30 p.m. It's the premier matchup of the Wolverines non-conference schedule.
In other news
Michigan now has another Canadian player on their list of visits, and this one will be this weekend.
Ignas Brazdeikis is a 6-foot-8, 220-pound wing has been being tracked by Michigan for most of the summer. The four-star recruit also has official visits set with Vanderbilt (Sept. 15) and Florida (Sept. 29).
My first 3 official visits! pic.twitter.com/RJn2cq8cHd— Ignas Brazdeikis (@_iggy_7) September 7, 2017
Justin Ahrens will also be in Ann Arbor over the weekend for a visit while the football team hosts Cincinnati for the home opener.
Here's a look at what Brazdeikis has done on the court over in Canada.