ESPN Releases ACC-Big Ten Challenge And SEC-Big East Invitational Schedules

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

It's hard to believe that the ACC-Big Ten Challenge has been around this long, but when the two conferences matchup in late November/early December, it will be the 11th installment of the Challenge. For the past few years, it seems like the same teams always played each other, but this year there a few showdowns that we have yet to see over the years.

Maryland has played Illinois, what seems like seven times (it's only three), and this year they travel to Indiana for a rematch of the 2002 National Championship game. Minnesota and Miami will face up for the first time ever, and UNC will tackle Michigan State in a rematch of the Championship Game earlier this month.

The SEC-Big East Challenge enters its 3rd year of existence, and is highlighted by UConn taking on Kentucky and Florida playing Syracuse.Here's are both schedules....


Monday, Nov. 30th

Penn State at Virginia

Tuesday, Dec. 1st

Maryland at Indiana
Michigan State at North Carolina
Northwestern at N.C. State
Virginia Tech at Iowa
Wake Forest at Purdue

Wednesday, Dec. 2nd

Boston College at Michigan
Duke at Wisconsin
Florida State at Ohio State
Illinois at Clemson
Minnesota at Miami


Wednesday, Dec. 9th (New York, NY)

Georgia vs. St. John’s
Kentucky vs. Connecticut

Thursday, Dec. 10th (Tampa, FL)

DePaul vs. Mississippi State
Syracuse vs. Florida


RJBO, Michigan State won't even show up for that December 1st game at UNC.

JamesCraven said...
Apr 22, 2009, 2:25:00 PM  

Wake/Purdue could be very good. Wisky/Duke may be the most unathletic game ever. GO SEMINOLES!

GMoney said...
Apr 22, 2009, 4:14:00 PM  

I couldn't care less about the Spartans strugg-ga-ling.

/Joe Namath'd
//I'm a Michigan Fan'd

Apr 22, 2009, 4:31:00 PM  

Oh good. Duke gets Wisconsin. I love watching the Badgers that I love so much getting the bejeezus kicked out of them year in and year out during this damn ACC/Big10 Challenge thing.

Jesse said...
Apr 22, 2009, 6:14:00 PM  

Georgia Tech the odd ACC team out this year. :(

Zach said...
Apr 22, 2009, 8:53:00 PM  

There will be a ten-point handicap for these games as the eleven teams in the Big Ten don't know how to shoot straight... :P

JamesCraven said...
Apr 23, 2009, 3:37:00 AM  
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