Throughout the last 5 years, the Big Ten has taken the title home (coincidentally, Purdue has won its last 5 B1G/ACC Challenge games, the longest winning streak in both conferences). The B1G looks to make it 6 straight throughout the 14 match ups between December 1st through the 3rd.
We have known that Purdue will face NC State in Mackey this year, and it was announced that the two will play on December 2nd at 9pm on ESPN 2/ESPN U.
Here's the rest of the B1G/ACC Challenge Schedule:
Some interesting match ups include, but aren't limited to, Syracuse at Michigan, Ohio State and Louisville, Michigan State and Notre Dame, Iowa at North Carolina, Virginia at Maryland (simply because Maryland is now on the other side of the Challenge), and the marquee event: Duke at Wisconsin. Some of you may recall that the B1G's current winning streak began in 2009 when unranked Wisconsin upset #6 Duke in Madison, which also gave Duke their first loss in The Challenge. Let's hope that trend continues.