It didn’t take long for Michigan basketball to fill the opening on its schedule.
The Wolverines announced Tuesday morning that they will host Toledo on Wednesday night (6 p.m.; FS1), just one day after U-M’s game against North Carolina State on Wednesday was canceled due to the Wolfpack’s COVID-related issues.
Toledo is 3-2 this season.
The two teams have not played since 1983.
Due to NCAA rules, this is the final non-conference game the Wolverines will play this season. They will begin conference play against Penn State on Dec. 13.
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