How to Watch Nebraska vs. Michigan Basketball: Live Stream & TV Channel Info – February 10

The Michigan Wolverines (8-15, 3-9 Big Ten) will attempt to end a four-game road slide when they visit the Nebraska Cornhuskers (16-8, 6-7 Big Ten) on Saturday, February 10, 2024 at Pinnacle Bank Arena. The matchup airs at 6:30 PM ET on Big Ten Network.

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Cornhuskers vs. Wolverines Game Info

  • Date: Saturday, February 10, 2024
  • Time: 6:30 PM ET
  • TV: Big Ten Network
  • Live Stream: Stream NCAA men’s basketball on Paramount Plus and Hulu + Live TV
  • Where: Lincoln, Nebraska
  • Venue: Pinnacle Bank Arena

Cornhuskers Insights

  • With 77.3 points per game on offense, Nebraska is 91st in college basketball. At the other end, it cedes 71.3 points per contest, which ranks 169th in college basketball.
  • This season, the Cornhuskers are pulling down 37.6 boards per game (90th-ranked in college basketball) and allowing 37.2 rebounds per contest (298th-ranked).
  • Nebraska is putting up 15.4 assists per game, which ranks them 59th in the nation in 2023-24.
  • The Cornhuskers are averaging 11.2 turnovers per game (150th-ranked in college basketball) this year, while forcing 10.9 turnovers per contest (248th-ranked).
  • Nebraska sports a 36.4% three-point percentage this year (58th-ranked in college basketball), but it has really shined by sinking 9.5 threes per game (23rd-best).
  • The Cornhuskers are in the bottom 25 in the country in treys allowed per game with 8.9 (23rd-worst), and they rank 173rd in college basketball with a 33.2% three-point percentage allowed to opponents.
  • Nebraska has taken 55.3% two-pointers and 44.7% from beyond the arc this year. Of the team’s baskets, 63.8% are two-pointers and 36.2% are threes.

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Wolverines Insights

  • Michigan scores 76.8 points per game and allow 78.3, ranking them 103rd in the country offensively and 328th defensively.
  • The Wolverines grab 36.4 rebounds per game and concede 34.5 boards, ranking 136th and 158th, respectively, in the country.
  • At 13.2 assists per game, Michigan is 178th in the nation.
  • The Wolverines are 261st in the nation in turnovers per game (12.3) and 333rd in turnovers forced (9.5).
  • Beyond the arc, Michigan is 75th in college basketball in 3-pointers made per game (8.6). It is 40th in 3-point percentage at 36.9%.
  • Giving up 7.3 3-pointers per game and conceding 35.5% from beyond the arc, the Wolverines are 181st and 301st in the nation, respectively, in those categories.
  • Michigan attempts 60.7% percent of its shots from inside the 3-point line, and 39.3% percent from beyond it. In terms of makes, 68.5% of Michigan’s buckets are 2-pointers, and 31.5% are 3-pointers.

Cornhuskers Leaders

  • Rienk Mast leads the Cornhuskers in rebounds and assists. Mast averages 13.7 points, 8.1 rebounds, and 3 assists per game.
  • Keisei Tominaga is Nebraska’s leading scorer, averaging 13.8 per game while tacking on two rebounds and 1.1 assists.
  • Tominaga makes more threes per game than any other member of the Cornhuskers, knocking down shots from beyond the arc at a clip of 2.1 per contest.
  • Juwan Gary is Nebraska’s leader in steals and blocks, racking up 1.1 steals and 0.9 blocks per game.

Wolverines Leaders

  • Dug McDaniel racks up 16.8 points and tacks on 4.7 assists per game, putting him at the top of the Wolverines’ leaderboards for those statistics.
  • Olivier Nkamhoua’s stat line of 7.3 rebounds, 15.5 points and 2.6 assists per game helps him grab the top spot on the Michigan rebounding leaderboard.
  • McDaniel is reliable from distance and leads the Wolverines with 2.1 made threes per game.
  • Michigan’s leader in steals is Nimari Burnett with one per game, and its leader in blocks is Tarris Reed, Jr. with 1.5 per game.
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