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Wisconsin vs. Michigan: Time, TV channel, how to watch online

first_imgMORE: Watch Wisconsin vs. Michigan live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Since Wisconsin defeated Michigan, the Badgers have been on a roll, winning six straight. In the last meeting, the Badger defense forced 16 turnovers and junior Ethan Happ led his squad with a double-double, scoring 26 points with 10 rebounds. Meanwhile, Michigan freshman forward Ignas Brazdeikis, who’s coming off a 23-point performance, will have to prove himself after going scoreless in 23 minutes and failing to reach double figures.During the Badgers’ win streak, they’ve managed to hold teams to an average of 53.8 points. Despite their recent success, Michigan still holds the top spot in the Big Ten. When is the Wisconsin vs. Michigan game?Wisconsin will play Michigan on Saturday, February 9. Tipoff is schedule for 12 p.m. ET.Wisconsin vs. Michigan TV channel, live streamThe game is televised nationally Fox. You can also stream the game live with fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.Where is the Wisconsin vs. Michigan game being played? The game will be played at Crisler Center, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The No. 7 Michigan Wolverines play host to the No. 19 Wisconsin Badgers for a Saturday matinee.After getting blown out a week ago by Iowa, Michigan (20-2) redeemed itself with a 77-65 victory over Rutgers on Tuesday. Now the Wolverines will try to get some revenge as they take on the Badgers, who handed them their first loss of the season. Michigan was 17-0 before its first loss.last_img read more

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FIFA Approves YFD for Liberia

first_imgThe world football controlling body, FIFA, has approved a youth football development league for Liberia to support domestic youth football in the country.According to a letter sent to the Liberia Football Association by FIFA acting general secretary Marcus Kattner, a copy of which was sent to its development office in neighboring Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, FIFA will provide support for the hosting of 16 teams of 20 players (per team, including two goalkeepers).LFA technical director Henry Browne said FIFA will also provide bibs, shirts, shorts, shin guards, socks, boots and goalkeeping equipment, balls and cones.He said a FIFA development officer will visit Liberia to help the LFA prepare the project and relevant timetable for the various activities.Browne said the success of the youth tournament, which will benefit U-14 male and female teams, will lead to the hosting of another tournament.“We are targeting Monsterrado County for the first tournament,” Browne said, “and once we are successful in hosting it, the next one could be held in another county.”Quoting FIFA’s release, Browne said the Liberia Football Association is responsible to propose dates to host one-month coaching course before the tournament.“We also must have a referees’ course one week before the start of the league,” Browne said.“We will have to submit an activity plan for the planning of the two courses and also to provide FIFA with a league schedule for the competition.”Browne said FIFA will support the youth domestic league with US$50,000 and is hoping that the Liberian government can match FIFA’s donation to make the program a remarkable success.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more