Michigan head basketball coach Juwan Howard has been reinstated as the team prepares for this week’s B1G Tournament. Michael Cohen of the Detroit Free Press reported the news on Monday.

Howard served a 5-game suspension after a postgame altercation with the Wisconsin coaching staff on Feb. 20, following a 77-63 Badgers victory. Words were exchanged between Howard and Greg Gard, leading to a scuffle.

Howard then took a swing at Wisconsin staffer Joe Krabbenhoft, which resulted in a few players also throwing punches. Howard was not permitted to coach the remainder of the regular season.

With Howard out, Michigan went 3-2, with wins over Rutgers, Michigan State and No. 23 Ohio State. The Wolverines suffered losses to No. 15 Illinois and No. 24 Iowa.

Michigan finished the regular season with a 17-13 record overall and an 11-9 mark in B1G play. The Wolverines are on the NCAA Tournament bubble, likely needing 1 victory in the B1G Tournament (at least) to solidify its spot in March Madness.

Michigan will play Indiana in the first game of the quarterfinal round of the B1G Tournament on Thursday. Tip-off is set for 11:30 a.m. ET with the game airing on BTN.