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Full Big Ten/ACC Challenge Schedule Released

A Tuesday night party in Pittsburgh!!

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With a six-game winning streak Purdue enters the 2015 Big Ten/ACC Challenge as the school with the longest winning streak in either conference. Of course, after our 14-game first round NCAA win streak was snapped by Cincinnati we all know what that is worth.

The full slate of 14 games is now out, though, and we're headed to Pittsburgh for a Tuesday night party!



Mon, Nov 30

Clemson at Minnesota

Wake Forest at Rutgers

Tue, Dec 1

No. 4 Maryland at No. 2 North Carolina

No. 5 Virginia at Ohio State

Michigan at NC State

Purdue at Pittsburgh

Northwestern at Virginia Tech

Miami (Fla.) at Nebraska

Wed, Dec 2

No. 14 Indiana at No. 7 Duke

No. 21 Louisville at No. 12 Michigan State

No. 13 Notre Dame at Illinois

No. 25 Wisconsin at Syracuse

Florida State at Iowa

Penn State at Boston College

Some thoughts on each game:

  • Clemson at Minnesota - A race to see which team collapses after a promising start!
  • Wake Forest at Rutgers - Will more people attend this game than those that watch on TV?
  • Maryland at North Carolina - The ACC title will hinge on this one... wait, Maryland is emB1Ggened now.
  • Virginia at Ohio State - I have to think Virginia is favored here, but it should be fun.
  • Michigan at NC State - A battle between darkhorses in each conference?
  • Purdue at Pittsburgh - At least we get a decent road game, but I expect a win. Not scared of them at all.
  • Northwestern at Virginia Tech - Dare I say, Northwestern could blow them out.
  • Miami at Nebraska - Way to get creative. This is a repeat from two years ago.
  • Indiana at Duke - Tom Crean against the Cameron Crazies? You really shouldn't have, ESPN.
  • Louisville at Michigan State - This is one of the more even matchups.
  • Notre Dame at Illinois - The Illini are going to die.
  • Wisconsin at Syracuse - This is a chance for Bucky to get a good road win.
  • Florida State at Iowa - Two solid NCAA teams here.
  • Penn State at Boston College - You had better bring this home for us, Nittany Lions.