Television designations finalized for 2014-15 season

Dylan Burkhardt

The Big Ten announced time and television information for the remainder of the conference games that will be broadcast by CBS or ESPN’s family of networks.

Two of Michigan’s 18 conference games will be broadcast by CBS with nine additional games picked up by an ESPN station. CBS will broadcast Michigan’s road games at Michigan State (Feb. 1) and Indiana (Feb. 8) while the February 22nd home game against Ohio State is a potential wild card game.

Time and television information has now been announced for Michigan’s entire schedule for the 2014-15 season and can be found here. In total, Michigan will play 14 games on the ESPN family of networks (with two additional games streamed online by ESPN3) and two games on CBS.

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  • Wayman Britt

    I wonder if Coach Beilein has time to coach another major men’s program at the university of michigan, you know like they do at small high schools. Probably do better than our current fall coach.

    • Dr_ZC

      Wayman, I knew you would comment on the football team’s collapse, but who can blame you? All 13 big ten teams were playing yesterday. Results? 12 teams won. One team crushed and splattered. Chalk this one on the coach, for sure.