Vanderbilt vs. Michigan: Start Time, Streaming Live, TV Channel, How to Watch
The Vanderbilt Commodores (21-14) will try to continue a seven-game home win streak when they take on the Michigan Wolverines (18-15) on March 18, 2023 at Memorial Gymnasium (Vandy).
In its previous game, Vanderbilt defeated Yale on Tuesday, 71-62. Tyrin Lawrence scored a team-high 25 points (and chipped in one assist and seven rebounds). In its most recent game, Michigan beat Toledo on Tuesday, 90-80. Its high scorer was Kobe Bufkin with 23 points.
When is Vanderbilt vs. Michigan and when does it start?
This game between the Commodores and Wolverines is set to start on Saturday, March 18, 2023. You can expect the opening tip at 12:00 PM ET.
Where to Watch Vanderbilt vs. Michigan
The Commodores and Wolverines will hit the court at Memorial Gymnasium (Vandy) for this matchup on March 18, and if you would like to see the action live, get your tickets now from Vivid Seats!
What channel is the game on?
You can catch this game live on ESPN.
Vanderbilt Commodores vs. Michigan Wolverines Game Preview
Vanderbilt Stats, Odds & Insights
Vanderbilt has a +23 scoring differential, putting up 72.5 points per game (159th in college basketball) and allowing 71.8 (234th in college basketball).
The 72.5 points the Commodores average are just 2.8 more than the Wolverines give up.
Vanderbilt knocks down 8.5 three-pointers per game (70th in college basketball) while shooting 34.1% from deep (182nd in college basketball). It is making 1.6 more threes per outing than its opponents, who drain 6.9 per game while shooting 31.5%.
Offensively the Commodores have played worse when playing at home this season, scoring 72.2 points per game, compared to 73.4 per game in away games.
Vanderbilt has seen an increase in scoring recently, putting up 75.5 points per game in its last 10 contests, 3.0 points more than the 72.5 it has scored this season.
Michigan Stats, Odds & Insights
Michigan is outscoring opponents by 3.9 points per game, with a +128 scoring differential overall. It puts up 73.6 points per game (133rd in college basketball) and gives up 69.7 per outing (163rd in college basketball).
The Wolverines’ 73.6 points per game are only 1.8 more than the Commodores allow.
Michigan knocks down 7.8 three-pointers per game (133rd in college basketball) at a 35.2% rate (115th in college basketball), compared to the 6.6 per game its opponents make, at a 32.1% rate.
In 2022-23 the Wolverines are scoring 7.5 more points per game at home (76.6) than on the road (69.1).
Michigan is putting up 74.2 points per game over its last 10 games, which is 0.6 more than its average for the season (73.6).
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