Dana Altman is not waiting for the start of the 2022-23 college basketball season to throw some shade at Michigan. The head coach at Oregon addressed one topic regarding the Wolverines during a Monday press conference.

Following a practice for the Ducks, Altman was asked if Michigan will ever be making a return trip to Oregon. Altman and the Ducks originally traveled to Ann Arbor in 2019 as the first leg of a home-and-home series with the Wolverines.

Unfortunately, the 2020 game in Oregon was canceled due to COVID. That game has yet to be made up but Altman made it clear he still expects Juwan Howard and the Wolverines to fulfill the contract (Via 247 Sports).

“There’s no buyout, they’re coming. I don’t know, they have a hard time answering the phone, I guess. But no, they owe us a game, and we fully expect them to repay the game. I’m sure if shoe was on the other foot, they would expect us to return it, and we sure as hell expect them to return it.”

This is the second season back to mostly normal since the canceled game, so it could just be a small delay in scheduling for Michigan. However, it will be interesting to see how Altman’s comments are received in Ann Arbor.

Juwan Howard and Michigan will take the stage during B1G Basketball Media Days on Wednesday. We’ll see if Howard has anything to say on the matter.