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2020 Schedule
8-2, 4th in Big Ten
Cockburn hits ref in head after getting and-1 (0:31)
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2dMyron Medcalf

Illinois player mistakenly clobbers ref after bucket

Lewis Garrison, a college basketball official, left a matchup between Illinois and No. 5 Michigan on Wednesday after he was accidentally hit by Kofi Cockburn as the freshman center celebrated a key play in his team's 71-62 upset victory.

Bezhanishvili soars to the rim for the dunk (0:24)
2d
Cockburn's block leads to an Illinois layup (0:25)
2d
Simpson shows off the skills for tough layup (0:20)
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Johns smashes backdoor slam for Michigan (0:16)
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9dAndrea Adelson

Michigan, Kentucky to play in London next year

Kentucky and Michigan will play three games against each other over the next three years, starting in London in December 2020, the schools announced Thursday.

10d

No. 1 Louisville tops No. 4 Michigan 58-43 in Challenge

Jordan Nwora had 22 points and 12 rebounds, and top-ranked Louisville held No. 4 Michigan to a season-low 26% shooting mark for a 58-43 victory Tuesday night in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge in its first game since returning to No. 1.

Nwora leads Louisville past Michigan (1:24)
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Nwora muscles in and-1 (0:23)
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11d

Courtside: Greenberg and Dakich preview the Big Ten-ACC Challenge. Plus, Sage Steele on Stuart Scott Day

Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast by discussing their Feast Week All-Americans and teams that impressed during the last few days, Indiana's weak schedule and why Michigan isn't No. 1. Next, SportsCenter anchor Sage Steele joins the pod (17:42) ahead of Stuart Scott Day to talk about what Scott meant to her and ESPN, Scott doing P90X while undergoing chemotherapy and how he was always himself despite the naysayers. Later, the guys preview the Big Ten-ACC Challenge (29:31), looking ahead to Purdue-Virginia, Michigan State-Duke, Michigan-Louisville, Ohio State-North Carolina and Maryland-Notre Dame.

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L'ville new No. 1; unranked Michigan leaps to 4

Louisville is the latest team to climb to No. 1 in the Associated Press men's college basketball poll, and Michigan has matched a record by debuting at No. 4.

Team Stats

Points Per Game78.569th
Rebounds Per Game36.3216th
Assists Per Game16.156th
Points Allowed68.2174th

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Tournament History

Final Fours7
Tournament Record54-26
Championship Seasons1989
Tournament Appearances27