The 2016 ACC/Big Ten Challenge will be headlined by a matchup between Michigan State and Duke, as well as a game between UNC and Indiana.
The annual event, which will take place from Nov. 28 to Nov. 30, will pair each of the 14 Big Ten members against all but one ACC team.
Fourteen of the participating teams played in the NCAA tournament last season, including national runner-up North Carolina, Final Four participant Syracuse, Elite Eight teams Notre Dame and Virginia and Sweet 16 teams Duke, Indiana, Maryland, Miami and Wisconsin.
See the matchups below. Networks and times will be announced in August.
|Mon, Nov. 28||Minnesota at Florida State|
|Wake Forest at Northwestern|
|Tues, Nov. 29||Syracuse at Wisconsin|
|Michigan State at Duke|
|Pittsburgh at Maryland|
|Iowa at Notre Dame|
|Georgia Tech at Penn State|
|NC State at Illinois|
|Wed, Nov. 30||Purdue at Louisville|
|North Carolina at Indiana|
|Ohio State at Virginia|
|Virginia Tech at Michigan|
|Rutgers at Miami|
|Nebraska at Clemson|
The Big Ten captured the Commissioner’s Cup each of the past two years.