Michigan had to play the first round of the NCAA Tournament without starting guard DeVante’ Jones. The Wolverines were able to get the job done against No. 11 seed Colorado State, and now it sounds like they’ll have their starter back on the floor.

James Hawkins of The Detroit News reported on Friday that Jones is out of concussion protocol and made the trip to Indianapolis. He practiced with the team, giving the indication that he’ll be back on the floor for Saturday’s matchup against No. 3 seed Tennessee.

Michigan recorded a 75-63 victory over Colorado State. Frankie Collins stepped up in a big way in Jones’ absence, scoring 14 points while making 6-of-7 shot attempts. He also had 6 rebounds and 2 assists.

Jones has been the top assist man for the Wolverines all season, averaging 4.6 dimes per contest. He also ranks third on the team in scoring with 10.7 points per game while playing more than 29 minutes.

Michigan snuck into the NCAA Tournament as a No. 11 seed. Juwan Howard’s squad will have a chance to get back into the Sweet 16 this season if it can notch a win over Tennessee on Saturday.

Tip-off is set for 5:15 p.m. ET with the game airing on CBS.