Texas vs. Michigan live stream and TV game start time have been revealed for the 2014 NCAA Tournament. The Texas vs. Michigan game odds are also out there, showing how Vegas feels this game is going to turn out. According to an updated report from ESPN on Saturday morning (March 22), the odds are currently in favor of the Wolverines to win this third round game. They are five-point favorites and the game line has an over/under of 139 points. This suggests that the first team to score 70 points is going to win.
To get to this point, the Wolverines beat Wofford very easily in a second-round game. The final score was 57-40 in favor of the No. 2 seed in the Midwest Region and it shows the defense that many analysts had been talking about. The No. 7 seeded Longhorns beat the No. 10 seeded Arizona State Sun Devils in the other game 87-85. It was an extremely close game, but it showed that the Longhorns can score a lot of points when needed. It sets up a very interesting match-up between the two schools in third third-round game.
The Texas vs. Michigan live stream coverage will be up on the main March Madness page for the site. The winner of the game will move on to play the winner of the Tennessee vs. Mercer game within the bracket. That third-round game is certainly a surprising match-up after the teams knocked off Duke and Massachusetts during second-round upset.
The Longhorns vs. Wolverines game is at 5:15 p.m. ET on Saturday (March 22) with CBS broadcasting it from the tip off to the final buzzer. The secondary game between the Tennessee Volunteers and Mercer Bears won't take place until Sunday (March 23) at 6:10 p.m. ET.