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The ACC–Big Ten Challenge (or Big Ten–ACC Challenge as it is called in alternating years) is an in-season NCAA men's college basketball series established in 1999 that matches up teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and the Big Ten Conference (B1G). ESPN was a key part of the creation of the challenge, and holds the broadcast rights to all the games. The Big Ten–ACC Challenge occurs early in the non-conference season, typically around late November/early December. Each game is hosted by one of the participating schools, with teams typically alternating home and away status in each successive year.

The ACC leads the series 11–5–2 and won the first 10 consecutive challenges, while the Big Ten won five of the next seven along with two ties. The most recent challenge was won by the ACC. In the 18 years of the event, ten of the challenges have been decided by a single game.

Nine games were scheduled for each of the first six challenges, leaving two teams from the 11-team Big Ten without an opponent. With the expansion of the ACC to 12 teams with the addition of Boston College, Miami, and Virginia Tech, the field was expanded to 11 games in 2006, meaning that one ACC team would not play. With Nebraska joining the Big Ten in 2011, the challenge expanded to 12 games and every member from both conferences participated. In 2013, Syracuse, Pittsburgh, and Notre Dame joined the ACC, leaving three ACC teams excluded from the competition. In 2014, Maryland withdrew from the ACC and joined the Big Ten along with Rutgers, giving that conference 14 teams, and Louisville joined the ACC replacing Maryland and maintaining the conference's 15-team membership. The conference realignments have thus led to the challenge being expanded to 14 games.

When the challenge was expanded to 12 games, the change resulted in the possibility that the challenge could end in a tie. In the event of a tie, the previous year's winner retains the Commissioner's Cup. This scenario occurred in 2012 and 2013, with the Big Ten retaining the Cup based on its 8-4 win in 2011.[1]

In the year 2007, the ACC–Big Ten Women's Challenge was founded.

The popularity of this series has led other conferences to form similar partnerships in which their members go head-to-head against each other. Examples are the Big 12/SEC Challenge and Mountain West–Missouri Valley Challenge and the now-defunct SEC–Big East Challenge and Big 12/Pac-10 Hardwood Series. The ACC–Big Ten Challenge itself followed another popular interconference challenge series involving the ACC, the ACC-Big East Challenge which took place in the 1980s and 1990s at the height of the Big East Conference.[2]

Yearly results[edit]

Year Winner ACC Wins B1G Wins Series
2016 ACC 9 5 ACC 11-5-2
2015 B1G 6 8 ACC 10–5–2
2014 B1G 6 8 ACC 10–4–2
2013 Tie 6 6 ACC 10–3–2
2012 Tie 6 6 ACC 10–3–1
2011 B1G 4 8 ACC 10–3
2010 B1G 5 6 ACC 10–2
2009 B1G 5 6 ACC 10–1
2008 ACC 6 5 ACC 10–0
2007 ACC 8 3 ACC 9–0
2006 ACC 8 3 ACC 8–0
2005 ACC 6 5 ACC 7–0
2004 ACC 7 2 ACC 6–0
2003 ACC 7 2 ACC 5–0
2002 ACC 5 4 ACC 4–0
2001 ACC 5 3 ACC 3–0
2000 ACC 5 4 ACC 2–0
1999 ACC 5 4 ACC 1–0
Overall 109 88 N/A

Team records[edit]

Atlantic Coast Conference (11–5–2, streak Won 1)[edit]

Duke is the most successful team in either conference in Challenge competition by a large margin, holding a 16–2 record. Six ACC schools have winning records while two other have .500 records.

Institution Wins Loss Out Home wins Home losses Away wins Away losses Neutral wins Neutral losses Current streak
Boston College Eagles 6 3 3 3 2 3 1 0 0 Lost 2
Clemson Tigers 10 7 1 5 4 5 3 0 0 Won 1
Duke Blue Devils 16 2 0 8 0 4 2 4 0 Won 5
Florida State Seminoles 7 11 0 5 4 2 7 0 0 Won 1
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets 6 10 2 4 2 2 7 0 1 Lost 1
Louisville Cardinals 2 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 Won 1
Maryland Terrapins
(1999–2013)
10 5 0 5 1 4 2 1 2 -
Miami Hurricanes 5 5 3 4 1 1 4 0 0 Won 3
North Carolina Tar Heels 9 9 0 4 4 3 5 2 0 Lost 1
NC State Wolfpack 6 11 1 5 3 1 8 0 0 Lost 3
Notre Dame Fighting Irish 3 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 Won 3
Pitt Panthers 2 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 Won 1
Syracuse Orange 1 3 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 Lost 3
Virginia Cavaliers 11 6 # 6 2 5 4 0 0 Won 3
Virginia Tech Hokies 4 7 2 2 3 2 4 0 0 Won 1
Wake Forest Demon Deacons 11 5 2 6 2 5 3 0 0 Lost
  • Maryland moved to the Big Ten Conference. Results prior to the 2014–15 school year are still included for the ACC.
  • The column "Out" indicates the number of Challenges from which the team was excluded. The "#" in that column represents that Virginia and Michigan State, while never being excluded, have had a game cancelled due to court conditions on at a third-party location in Richmond, VA.[3]

Big Ten Conference (5–11–2, streak Lost 1)[edit]

Purdue is the only Big Ten team with a wining record at 9–7 in the Challenge while four teams have .500 records.

Institution Wins Loss Out Home wins Home losses Away wins Away losses Neutral wins Neutral losses Current streak
Illinois Fighting Illini 8 10 0 5 3 3 4 0 3 Won 1
Indiana Hoosiers 7 9 2 4 3 2 6 1 0 Won 1
Iowa Hawkeyes 5 11 2 4 3 1 6 0 2 Lost 1
Maryland Terrapins (2014 to present) 0 3 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 Lost 3
Michigan Wolverines 7 9 2 4 4 2 5 1 0 Lost 1
Michigan State Spartans 7 10 # 6 2 1 7 0 1 Lost 1
Minnesota Golden Gophers 9 9 0 6 3 3 6 0 0 Lost 1
Nebraska Cornhuskers 3 3 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 Lost 2
Northwestern Wildcats 8 10 0 5 4 3 6 0 0 Won 2
Ohio State Buckeyes 7 9 2 5 3 2 5 0 1 Lost 3
Penn State Nittany Lions 8 8 2 4 4 4 4 0 0 Won 3
Purdue Boilermakers 9 7 2 6 2 3 5 0 0 Lost 1
Rutgers Scarlet Knights 1 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 Lost 2
Wisconsin Badgers 9 9 0 5 3 3 6 1 0 Won 2
  • Maryland moved to the Big Ten Conference. Results prior to the 2014–15 school year are still included for the ACC.
  • The column "Out" indicates the number of Challenges from which the team was excluded. The "#" in that column represents that Virginia and Michigan State, while never being excluded, have had a game cancelled due to court conditions on at a third-party location in Richmond, VA.[3]

Results[edit]

2017[edit]

Date Time ACC team B1G team Score Location Television Attendance Challenge
leader
Nov 27, 28, or 29 TBA Notre Dame Michigan State Breslin CenterEast Lansing, Michigan
Miami Minnesota Williams ArenaMinneapolis, Minnesota
Louisville Purdue Mackey ArenaWest Lafayette, Indiana
Duke Indiana Simon Skjodt Assembly HallBloomington, Indiana
North Carolina Michigan Dean Smith CenterChapel Hill, North Carolina
Virginia Wisconsin John Paul Jones ArenaCharlottesville, Virginia
Georgia Tech Northwestern McCamish PavilionAtlanta, Georgia
Syracuse Maryland Carrier DomeSyracuse, New York
Virginia Tech Iowa Cassell ColiseumBlacksburg, Virginia
NC State Penn State PNC ArenaRaleigh, North Carolina
Wake Forest Illinois LJVM ColiseumWinston-Salem, North Carolina
Clemson Ohio State Value City ArenaColumbus, Ohio
Boston College Nebraska Pinnacle Bank ArenaLincoln, Nebraska
Florida State Rutgers Louis Brown Athletic CenterPiscataway, New Jersey
WINNERS ARE IN BOLD.
Game Times in EST. Rankings from AP Poll.
Pittsburgh will not participate due to the ACC having one more team than the B1G.

2016 ACC 9–5[edit]

Date Time ACC team B1G team Score Location Television Attendance Challenge
leader
Nov 28 7:00 pm Florida State Minnesota 75–67 Donald L. Tucker Civic CenterTallahassee, Florida ESPNU 5,993 ACC (1–0)
9:00 pm Wake Forest Northwestern 65–58 Welsh-Ryan ArenaEvanston, Illinois ESPNU 6,386 Tied (1–1)
Nov 29 7:00 pm Pittsburgh Maryland 73–59 Xfinity CenterCollege Park, Maryland ESPN2 17,144 ACC (2–1)
7:00 pm Georgia Tech Penn State 67–60 Bryce Jordan CenterUniversity Park, Pennsylvania ESPNU 6,032 Tied (2–2)
7:30 pm No. 22 Syracuse No. 17 Wisconsin 77–60 Kohl CenterMadison, Wisconsin ESPN 17,287 B1G (3–2)
9:00 pm Notre Dame Iowa 92–78 Edmund P. Joyce CenterNotre Dame, Indiana ESPN2 7,660 Tied (3–3)
9:00 pm NC State Illinois 88–74 State Farm CenterChampaign, Illinois ESPNU 13,481 B1G (4–3)
9:30 pm No. 5 Duke Michigan State 78–69 Cameron Indoor StadiumDurham, North Carolina ESPN 9,314 Tied (4–4)
Nov 30 7:00 pm No. 14 Louisville No. 15 Purdue 71–64 KFC Yum! CenterLouisville, Kentucky ESPN 21,841 ACC (5–4)
7:00 pm Virginia Tech Michigan 73–70 Crisler CenterAnn Arbor, Michigan ESPN2 9,981 ACC (6–4)
7:00 pm Miami Rutgers 73–61 Watsco CenterCoral Gables, Florida ESPNU 7,064 ACC (7–4)
9:00 pm Clemson Nebraska 60–58 Littlejohn ColiseumClemson, South Carolina ESPNU 6,545 ACC (8–4)
9:00 pm No. 6 Virginia Ohio State 63–61 John Paul Jones ArenaCharlottesville, Virginia ESPN2 14,566 ACC (9–4)
9:00 pm No. 3 North Carolina No. 13 Indiana 76–67 Simon Skjodt Assembly HallBloomington, Indiana ESPN 17,222 ACC (9–5)
WINNERS ARE IN BOLD.
Game Times in EST. Rankings from AP Poll (Nov 28).
Boston College did not play due to the ACC having one more team than the B1G.

2015 Big Ten 8–6[edit]

Date Time ACC team B1G team Score Location Television Attendance Challenge
leader
Nov 30 7:00 pm Wake Forest Rutgers 69–68 Louis Brown Athletic CenterPiscataway, New Jersey ESPNU 3,817 ACC (1–0)
9:00 pm Clemson Minnesota 89–83 Williams ArenaMinneapolis, Minnesota ESPN2 10,229 Tied (1–1)
Dec 1 7:00 pm NC State Michigan 66–59 PNC ArenaRaleigh, North Carolina ESPN2 17,645 B1G (2–1)
7:00 pm Virginia Tech Northwestern 81–79OT Cassell ColiseumBlacksburg, Virginia ESPNU 4,879 B1G (3–1)
7:30 pm No. 10 Virginia Ohio State 64–58 Value City ArenaColumbus, Ohio ESPN 12,445 B1G (3–2)
9:00 pm No. 21 Miami Nebraska 77–72OT Pinnacle Bank ArenaLincoln, Nebraska ESPNU 15,646 Tied (3–3)
9:00 pm Pittsburgh No. 11 Purdue 72–59 Petersen Events CenterPittsburgh, Pennsylvania ESPN2 9,439 B1G (4–3)
9:30 pm No. 9 North Carolina No. 2 Maryland 89–81 Dean Smith CenterChapel Hill, North Carolina ESPN 21,163 Tied (4–4)
Dec 2 7:15 pm No. 24 Louisville No. 3 Michigan State 71–67 Breslin CenterEast Lansing, Michigan ESPN 14,797 B1G (5–4)
7:15 pm No. 14 Syracuse Wisconsin 76–58OT Carrier DomeSyracuse, New York ESPN2 22,360 B1G (6–4)
7:15 pm Boston College Penn State 67–58 Conte ForumChestnut Hill, Massachusetts ESPNU 2,165 B1G (7–4)
9:15 pm No. 7 Duke Indiana 94–74 Cameron Indoor StadiumDurham, North Carolina ESPN 9,314 B1G (7–5)
9:15 pm Notre Dame Illinois 84–79 State Farm CenterChampaign, Illinois ESPN2 14,953 B1G (7–6)
9:15 pm Florida State Iowa 78–75OT Carver–Hawkeye ArenaIowa City, Iowa ESPNU 11,247 B1G (8–6)
WINNERS ARE IN BOLD.
Game Times in EST. Rankings from AP Poll (Nov 30).
Georgia Tech did not play due to the ACC having one more team than the B1G.

2014 Big Ten 8–6[edit]

Date Time ACC team B1G team Score Location Television Attendance Challenge
leader
Dec 1 7:00 pm Florida State Nebraska 70–65 Donald L. Tucker CenterTallahassee, Florida ESPN2 6,406 B1G (1–0)
7:00 pm Clemson Rutgers 69–64 Littlejohn ColiseumClemson, South Carolina ESPNU 6,285 B1G (2–0)
Dec 2 7:00 pm Pittsburgh Indiana 81–69 Assembly HallBloomington, Indiana ESPN2 17,472 B1G (3–0)
7:00 pm Wake Forest Minnesota 84–69 LJVM ColiseumWinston-Salem, North Carolina ESPNU 8,112 B1G (4–0)
7:30 pm Syracuse No. 17 Michigan 68–65 Crisler CenterAnn Arbor, Michigan ESPN 12,707 B1G (5–0)
9:00 pm No. 15 Miami No. 24 Illinois 70–61 BankUnited CenterCoral Gables, Florida ESPN2 6,086 B1G (5–1)
9:00 pm NC State Purdue 66–61 Mackey ArenaWest Lafayette, Indiana ESPNU 12,023 B1G (6–1)
9:30 pm No. 5 Louisville No. 14 Ohio State 64–55 KFC Yum! CenterLouisville, Kentucky ESPN 22,784 B1G (6–2)
Dec 3 7:15 pm Notre Dame No. 19 Michigan State 79–78OT Edmund P. Joyce CenterSouth Bend, Indiana ESPN2 9,149 B1G (6–3)
7:15 pm Virginia Tech Penn State 61–58 Bryce Jordan CenterUniversity Park, Pennsylvania ESPNU 7,326 B1G (7–3)
7:30 pm No. 12 North Carolina Iowa 60–55 Dean Smith CenterChapel Hill, North Carolina ESPN 18,040 B1G (8–3)
9:15 pm No. 7 Virginia No. 21 Maryland 76–65 Xfinity CenterCollege Park, Maryland ESPN2 15,371 B1G (8–4)
9:15 pm Georgia Tech Northwestern 66–58 Welsh-Ryan ArenaEvanston, Illinois ESPNU 6,133 B1G (8–5)
9:30 pm No. 4 Duke No. 2 Wisconsin 80–70 Kohl CenterMadison, Wisconsin ESPN 17,279 B1G (8–6)
WINNERS ARE IN BOLD.
Game Times in EST. Rankings from AP Poll (Dec 1).
Rutgers and Louisville made their inaugural appearances in the event.
Boston College did not play due to the ACC having one more team than the B1G.
First Challenge in which Maryland represented the B1G, as they left the ACC following the 2013–14 season.
Challenge expanded to 14 games with the addition of Maryland and Rutgers to the B1G.

2013 Tied 6–6[edit]

Date Time ACC team B1G team Score Location Television Attendance Challenge
leader
Dec 3 7:15 pm No. 4 Syracuse Indiana 69–52 Carrier DomeSyracuse, New York ESPN 26,414 ACC (1–0)
7:15 pm Georgia Tech Illinois 67–64 Hank McCamish PavilionAtlanta, Georgia ESPN2 6,516 ACC (2–0)
7:30 pm Pittsburgh Penn State 78–69 Petersen Events CenterPittsburgh ESPNU 12,510 ACC (3–0)
9:15 pm No. 10 Duke No. 22 Michigan 79–69 Cameron Indoor StadiumDurham, North Carolina ESPN 9,314 ACC (4–0)
9:15 pm Notre Dame No. 23 Iowa 98–93 Carver–Hawkeye ArenaIowa City, Iowa ESPN2 15,400 ACC (4–1)
9:30 pm Florida State Minnesota 71–61 Williams ArenaMinneapolis, Minnesota ESPNU 11,386 ACC (4–2)
Dec 4 7:00 pm Maryland No. 5 Ohio State 76–60 Value City ArenaColumbus, Ohio ESPN 16,206 ACC (4–3)
7:00 pm Virginia No. 8 Wisconsin 48–38 John Paul Jones ArenaCharlottesville, Virginia ESPN2 11,142 Tied (4–4)
7:30 pm NC State Northwestern 69–48 PNC ArenaRaleigh, North Carolina ESPNU 11,459 ACC (5–4)
9:00 pm North Carolina No. 1 Michigan State 79–65 Breslin Student Events CenterEast Lansing, Michigan ESPN 14,797 ACC (6–4)
9:30 pm Boston College Purdue 88–67 Mackey ArenaWest Lafayette, Indiana ESPN2 12,926 ACC (6–5)
9:30 pm Miami Nebraska 60–49 Pinnacle Bank ArenaLincoln, Nebraska ESPNU 15,088 Tied (6–6)
WINNERS ARE IN BOLD.
Game Times in EST. Rankings from AP Poll (Dec. 2).
Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, and Syracuse made their inaugural appearances in the event.
Clemson, Virginia Tech, and Wake Forest did not play due to the ACC having three more teams than the B1G.
Last Challenge in which Maryland represented the ACC, as they joined the B1G following the season.

2012 Tied 6–6[edit]

Date Time ACC team B1G team Score Location Television Attendance Challenge
leader
Nov 27 7:15 pm Virginia Tech Iowa 95–79 Cassell ColiseumBlacksburg, Virginia ESPNU 5,647 ACC (1–0)
7:15 pm Florida State No. 21 Minnesota 77–68 Donald L. Tucker CenterTallahassee, Florida ESPN2 7,941 Tied (1–1)
7:30 pm No. 18 NC State No. 3 Michigan 79–72 Crisler CenterAnn Arbor, Michigan ESPN 12,693 B1G (2–1)
9:15 pm Wake Forest Nebraska 79–63 LJVM ColiseumWinston-Salem, North Carolina ESPNU 6,508 B1G (3–1)
9:15 pm Maryland Northwestern 77–57 Welsh-Ryan ArenaEvanston, Illinois ESPN2 6,009 B1G (3–2)
9:30 pm No. 14 North Carolina No. 1 Indiana 83–59 Assembly HallBloomington, Indiana ESPN 17,472 B1G (4–2)
Nov 28 7:00 pm Virginia Wisconsin 60–54 Kohl CenterMadison, Wisconsin ESPN2 16,690 B1G (4–3)
7:15 pm Clemson Purdue 73–61 Littlejohn ColiseumClemson, South Carolina ESPNU 7,632 B1G (5–3)
7:30 pm Miami No. 13 Michigan State 67–59 BankUnited CenterCoral Gables, Florida ESPN 5,791 B1G (5–4)
9:00 pm Georgia Tech No. 22 Illinois 75–62 Assembly HallChampaign, Illinois ESPN2 12,224 B1G (6–4)
9:15 pm Boston College Penn State 73–61 Bryce Jordan CenterUniversity Park, Pennsylvania ESPNU 6,889 B1G (6–5)
9:30 pm No. 2 Duke No. 4 Ohio State 73–68 Cameron Indoor StadiumDurham, North Carolina ESPN 9,314 Tied (6–6)
WINNERS ARE IN BOLD.
Game Times in EST. Rankings from AP Poll (Nov. 26).

2011 Big Ten 8–4[edit]

Date Time ACC team B1G team Score Location Television Attendance Challenge
leader
Nov 29 7:00 pm Virginia No. 14 Michigan 70–58 John Paul Jones ArenaCharlottesville, Virginia ESPN2 10,564 ACC (1–0)
7:15 pm Georgia Tech Northwestern 76–60 Philips ArenaAtlanta, Georgia ESPNU 5,619 Tied (1–1)
7:30 pm Maryland Illinois 71–62 Comcast CenterCollege Park, Maryland ESPN 13,187 B1G (2–1)
9:00 pm Miami Purdue 76–65 Mackey ArenaWest Lafayette, Indiana ESPN2 13,927 B1G (3–1)
9:15 pm Clemson Iowa 71–55 Carver–Hawkeye ArenaIowa City, Iowa ESPNU 10,449 B1G (3–2)
9:30 pm No. 3 Duke No. 2 Ohio State 85–63 Value City ArenaColumbus, Ohio ESPN 18,809 B1G (4–2)
Nov 30 7:15 pm NC State Indiana 86–75 RBC CenterRaleigh, North Carolina ESPN2 16,597 B1G (5–2)
7:15 pm Boston College Penn State 62–54 Conte ForumChestnut Hill, Massachusetts ESPNU 4,326 B1G (6–2)
7:30 pm Florida State Michigan State 65–49 Breslin Student Events CenterEast Lansing, Michigan ESPN 14,797 B1G (7–2)
9:15 pm Virginia Tech Minnesota 58–55 Williams ArenaMinneapolis, Minnesota ESPN2 10,487 B1G (8–2)
9:15 pm Wake Forest Nebraska 55–53 Bob Devaney Sports CenterLincoln, Nebraska ESPNU 9,769 B1G (8–3)
9:30 pm No. 5 North Carolina No. 9 Wisconsin 60–57 Dean Smith CenterChapel Hill, North Carolina ESPN 21,750 B1G (8–4)
WINNERS ARE IN BOLD.
Game Times in EST. Rankings from APPoll (Nov. 28).
Nebraska made its inaugural appearance in the event.

2010 Big Ten 6–5[edit]

Date Time ACC team B1G team Score Location Television Attendance Challenge
leader
Nov 29 7:00 pm Virginia No. 15 Minnesota 87–79 Williams ArenaMinneapolis, Minnesota ESPN2 12,089 ACC (1–0)
Nov 30 7:00 pm Wake Forest Iowa 76–73 LJVM ColiseumWinston-Salem, North Carolina ESPNU 9,086 ACC (2–0)
7:00 pm Georgia Tech Northwestern 91–71 Welsh-Ryan ArenaEvanston, Illinois ESPN2 4,455 ACC (2–1)
7:30 pm Florida State No. 2 Ohio State 58–44 Donald L. Tucker CenterTallahassee, Florida ESPN 10,457 Tied (2–2)
9:00 pm Clemson Michigan 69–61 Littlejohn ColiseumClemson, South Carolina ESPN2 7,237 B1G (3–2)
9:30 pm North Carolina No. 20 Illinois 79–67 Assembly HallChampaign, Illinois ESPN 16,618 B1G (4–2)
Dec 1 7:15 pm Boston College Indiana 88–76 Conte ForumChestnut Hill, Massachusetts ESPNU 5,329 B1G (4–3)
7:15 pm NC State Wisconsin 87–48 Kohl CenterMadison, Wisconsin ESPN2 17,230 B1G (5–3)
7:30 pm Virginia Tech No. 22 Purdue 58–55OT Cassell ColiseumBlacksburg, Virginia ESPN 9,847 B1G (6–3)
9:15 pm Maryland Penn State 62–39 Bryce Jordan CenterUniversity Park, Pennsylvania ESPN2 9,078 B1G (6–4)
9:30 pm No. 1 Duke No. 6 Michigan State 84–79 Cameron Indoor StadiumDurham, North Carolina ESPN 9,314 B1G (6–5)
WINNERS ARE IN BOLD.
Game Times in EST. Rankings from AP Poll (Nov. 29).
Miami did not play due to the ACC having one more team than the B1G and due to its last-place finish in the ACC during the 2009–10 season.

2009 Big Ten 6–5[edit]

Date Time ACC team B1G team Score Location Television Attendance Challenge
leader
Nov 30 7:00 pm Virginia Penn State 69–66 John Paul Jones ArenaCharlottesville, Virginia ESPN2 8,898 B1G (1–0)
Dec 1 7:00 pm Wake Forest No. 4 Purdue 69–58 Mackey ArenaWest Lafayette, Indiana ESPN 14,123 B1G (2–0)
7:00 pm NC State Northwestern 65–53 RBC CenterRaleigh, North Carolina ESPNU 11,913 B1G (3–0)
7:30 pm Maryland Indiana 80–68 Assembly HallBloomington, Indiana ESPN2 17,039 B1G (3–1)
9:00 pm No. 10 North Carolina No. 9 Michigan State 89–82 Dean Smith CenterChapel Hill, North Carolina ESPN 21,346 B1G (3–2)
9:30 pm Virginia Tech Iowa 70–64 Carver–Hawkeye ArenaIowa City, Iowa ESPN2 8,755 Tied (3–3)
Dec 2 7:15 pm No. 18 Clemson Illinois 76–74 Littlejohn ColiseumClemson, South Carolina ESPN 10,000 B1G (4–3)
7:15 pm Miami Minnesota 63–58 BankUnited CenterCoral Gables, Florida ESPNU 5,157 Tied (4–4)
7:30 pm Boston College Michigan 62–58 Crisler ArenaAnn Arbor, Michigan ESPN2 10,718 ACC (5–4)
9:15 pm No. 6 Duke Wisconsin 73–69 Kohl CenterMadison, Wisconsin ESPN 17,230 Tied (5–5)
9:30 pm No. 21 Florida State No. 15 Ohio State 77–64 Value City ArenaColumbus, Ohio ESPN2 13,514 B1G (6–5)
WINNERS ARE IN BOLD.
Game Times in EST. Rankings from AP Poll (Nov. 30).
No. 23 Georgia Tech did not play due to the ACC having one more team than the B1G and due to its last place finish in the ACC during the 2008–09 season.
The North Carolina/Michigan St. match-up was a rematch of the 2009 NCAA Championship game.

2008 ACC 6–5[edit]

Date Time ACC team B1G team Score Location Television Attendance Challenge
leader
Dec 1 7:00 pm Virginia Tech Wisconsin 74–72 Cassell ColiseumBlacksburg, Virginia ESPN2 9,847 B1G (1–0)
Dec 2 7:00 pm Boston College Iowa 57–55 Conte ForumChestnut Hill, Massachusetts ESPNU 4,084 Tied (1–1)
7:00 pm No. 21 Miami Ohio State 73–68 BankUnited CenterCoral Gables, Florida ESPN 5,870 B1G (2–1)
7:30 pm Clemson Illinois 76–74 Assembly HallChampaign, Illinois ESPN2 14,741 Tied (2–2)
9:00 pm No. 4 Duke No. 9 Purdue 76–60 Mackey ArenaWest Lafayette, Indiana ESPN 14,123 ACC (3–2)
9:30 pm Virginia Minnesota 66–56 Williams ArenaMinneapolis, Minnesota ESPN2 12,424 Tied (3–3)
Dec 3 7:15 pm No. 15 Wake Forest Indiana 83–58 LJVM ColiseumWinston-Salem, North Carolina ESPN 12,445 ACC (4–3)
7:30 pm Maryland Michigan 75–70 Comcast CenterCollege Park, Maryland ESPNU 17,950 ACC (5–3)
7:30 pm Georgia Tech Penn State 85–83 Alexander Memorial ColiseumAtlanta, Georgia ESPN2 7,900 ACC (5–4)
9:15 pm No. 1 North Carolina No. 13 Michigan State 98–63 Ford FieldDetroit, Michigan ESPN 25,267 ACC (6–4)
9:30 pm Florida State Northwestern 73–59 Welsh-Ryan ArenaEvanston, Illinois ESPN2 3,537 ACC (6–5)
WINNERS ARE IN BOLD.
Game Times in EST. Rankings from AP Poll (Dec. 1).
NC State did not play due to the ACC having one more team than the B1G.

2007 ACC 8–3[edit]

Date Time ACC team B1G team Score Location Television Attendance Challenge
leader
Nov 26 7:00 pm Wake Forest Iowa 56–47 Carver–Hawkeye Arena • Iowa City, Iowa ESPN2 9,120 ACC (1–0)
Nov 27 7:00 pm Georgia Tech No. 15 Indiana 83–79 Assembly Hall • Bloomington, Indiana ESPN 17,230 Tied (1–1)
7:30 pm Florida State Minnesota 75–61 Donald L. Tucker Center • Tallahassee, Florida ESPN2 9,349 ACC (2–1)
8:00 pm Virginia Northwestern 94–52 John Paul Jones Arena • Charlottesville, Virginia ESPNU ACC (3–1)
9:00 pm No. 7 Duke No. 20 Wisconsin 82–58 Cameron Indoor Stadium • Durham, North Carolina ESPN 9,314 ACC (4–1)
9:30 pm No. 18 Clemson Purdue 61–58 Littlejohn Coliseum • Clemson, South Carolina ESPN2 7,350 ACC (5–1)
Nov 28 7:00 pm NC State No. 10 Michigan State 81–58 Breslin Center • East Lansing, Michigan ESPN 14,759 ACC (5–2)
7:30 pm Maryland Illinois 69–61 Comcast Center • College Park, Maryland ESPN2 17,950 ACC (6–2)
8:00 pm Boston College Michigan 77–64 Crisler Arena • Ann Arbor, Michigan ESPNU 8,716 ACC (7–2)
9:00 pm No. 1 North Carolina Ohio State 66–55 Value City Arena • Columbus, Ohio ESPN ACC (8–2)
9:30 pm Virginia Tech Penn State 66–61 Bryce Jordan Center • University Park, Pennsylvania ESPN2 ACC (8–3)
WINNERS ARE IN BOLD.
Game Times in EST. Rankings from AP Poll (Nov. 26).
Miami did not play due to the ACC having one more team than the B1G.

2006 ACC 8–3[edit]

Date Time ACC team B1G team Score Location Television Attendance Challenge
leader
Nov 27 7:00 pm NC State Michigan 74–67 RBC Center • Raleigh, North Carolina ESPN2 13,135 ACC (1–0)
Nov 28 7:00 pm No. 23 Maryland Illinois 72–66 Assembly HallChampaign, Illinois ESPN 16,618 ACC (2–0)
7:30 pm Florida State No. 12 Wisconsin 81–66 Kohl Center • Madison, Wisconsin ESPN2 17,190 ACC (2–1)
8:00 pm No. 21 Georgia Tech Penn State 77–73 Alexander Memorial Coliseum • Atlanta, Georgia ESPNU ACC (3–1)
9:00 pm No. 11 Duke Indiana 54–51 Cameron Indoor Stadium • Durham, North Carolina ESPN 9,314 ACC (4–1)
9:30 pm Miami Northwestern 61–59 Welsh-Ryan ArenaEvanston, Illinois ESPN2 ACC (4–2)
Nov 29 7:00 pm Boston College Michigan State 65–58 Conte ForumChestnut Hill, Massachusetts ESPN 8,606 ACC (5–2)
7:30 pm Virginia Purdue 61–59 Mackey ArenaWest Lafayette, Indiana ESPN2 11,534 ACC (5–3)
8:00 pm Virginia Tech Iowa 69–65 Cassell ColiseumBlacksburg, Virginia ESPNU 9,847 ACC 6–3)
9:00 pm No. 7 North Carolina No. 3 Ohio State 98–89 Dean Smith CenterChapel Hill, North Carolina ESPN ACC (7–3)
9:30 pm Clemson Minnesota 90–68 Williams ArenaMinneapolis, Minnesota ESPN2 ACC (8–3)
WINNERS ARE IN BOLD.
Game Times in EST. Rankings from AP Poll (Nov. 27).
Wake Forest did not play due to the ACC having one more team than the B1G.

2005 ACC 6–5[edit]

Date Time ACC team B1G team Score Location Television Attendance Challenge
leader
Nov 28 7:30 pm Virginia Tech Ohio State 69–56 Value City Arena • Columbus, Ohio ESPN2 B1G 1–0
Nov 29 7:00 pm No. 22 Wake Forest Wisconsin 91–88 LJVM ColiseumWinston-Salem, North Carolina ESPN 14,655 Tied 1–1
7:30 pm Florida State Purdue 97–57 Donald L. Tucker Center • Tallahassee, Florida ESPN2 7,022 ACC 2–1
8:00 pm Clemson Penn State 96–88 Bryce Jordan Center • University Park, Pennsylvania ESPNU ACC 3–1
9:00 pm North Carolina No. 12 Illinois 68–64 Dean Smith CenterChapel Hill, North Carolina ESPN 21,273 ACC 3–2
9:30 pm Miami Michigan 74–53 Crisler Arena • Ann Arbor, Michigan ESPN2 8,257 Tied 3–3
Nov 30 7:00 pm Georgia Tech No. 13 Michigan State 88–86 Breslin Center • East Lansing, Michigan ESPN 14,759 B1G 4–3
7:30 pm No. 23 Maryland Minnesota 83–66 Comcast Center • College Park, Maryland ESPN2 Tied 4–4
8:00 pm Virginia Northwestern 72–57 John Paul Jones Arena • Charlottesville, Virginia ESPNU 7,331 ACC 5–4
9:00 pm No. 1 Duke No. 17 Indiana 75–67 Assembly Hall • Bloomington, Indiana ESPN 17,343 ACC 6–4
9:30 pm No. 24 NC State No. 14 Iowa 45–42 Carver–Hawkeye Arena • Iowa City, Iowa ESPN2 13,043 ACC 6–5
WINNERS ARE IN BOLD.
Game Times in EST. Rankings from AP Poll (Nov. 28).
No. 8 Boston College did not play due to the ACC having one more team than the B1G.
The North Carolina/Illinois match-up was a rematch of the 2005 NCAA Championship game.

2004 ACC 7–2[edit]

Date Time ACC team B1G team Score Location Television Attendance Challenge
leader
Nov 29 7:00 pm No. 16 NC State Purdue 60–53 RBC Center • Raleigh, North Carolina ESPN2 ACC 1–0
Nov 30 7:00 pm No. 4 Georgia Tech Michigan 99–68 Alexander Memorial Coliseum • Atlanta, Georgia ESPN ACC 2–0
7:30 pm Florida State Minnesota 70–69 Williams ArenaMinneapolis, Minnesota ESPN2 ACC 3–0
9:00 pm No. 10 Duke No. 11 Michigan State 81–74 Cameron Indoor Stadium • Durham, North Carolina ESPN 9,314 ACC 4–0
9:30 pm No. 12 Maryland No. 25 Wisconsin 69–64 Kohl Center • Madison, Wisconsin ESPN2 ACC 4–1
Dec 1 7:00 pm No. 1 Wake Forest No. 5 Illinois 91–73 Assembly HallChampaign, Illinois ESPN 16,618 ACC 4–2
7:30 pm Clemson Ohio State 80–73 Littlejohn Coliseum • Clemson, South Carolina ESPN2 ACC 5–2
9:00 pm No. 9 North Carolina Indiana 70–63 Assembly Hall • Bloomington, Indiana ESPN 17,404 ACC 6–2
9:30 pm No. 24 Virginia Northwestern 48–44 Welsh-Ryan ArenaEvanston, Illinois ESPN2 4,283 ACC 7–2
WINNERS ARE IN BOLD.
Game Times in EST. Rankings from AP Poll (Nov. 29).
Penn State, Iowa, Miami, Virginia Tech did not play.

2003 ACC 7–2[edit]

Date Time ACC team B1G team Score Location Television Attendance Challenge
leader
Dec 1 7:00 pm Florida State Northwestern 71–53 Donald L. Tucker Center • Tallahassee, Florida ESPN2 ACC 1–0
Dec 2 7:00 pm No. 18 Wake Forest Indiana 100–67 LJVM ColiseumWinston-Salem, North Carolina ESPN ACC 2–0
7:30 pm NC State Michigan 68–61 Crisler Arena • Ann Arbor, Michigan ESPN2 ACC 2–1
9:00 pm No. 10 North Carolina No. 11 Illinois 88–81 Greensboro ColiseumGreensboro, North Carolina ESPN 16,211 ACC 3–1
9:30 pm Maryland No. 15 Wisconsin 73–67 Comcast Center • College Park, Maryland ESPN2 ACC 4–1
Dec 3 7:00 pm No. 13 Georgia Tech Ohio State 73–53 Value City Arena • Columbus, Ohio ESPN ACC 5–1
7:30 pm Clemson No. 20 Purdue 76–64 Mackey ArenaWest Lafayette, Indiana ESPN2 ACC 5–2
9:00 pm No. 6 Duke No. 5 Michigan State 72–50 Breslin Center • East Lansing, Michigan ESPN 14,759 ACC 6–2
9:30 pm Virginia Minnesota 86–78 John Paul Jones Arena • Charlottesville, Virginia ESPN2 7,084 ACC 7–2
WINNERS ARE IN BOLD.
Game Times in EST. Rankings from AP Poll (Dec. 1).
Iowa, Penn State did not play.

2002 ACC 5–4[edit]

ACC team B1G team Outcome Location ACC B1G
Florida State Iowa FSU 80–67 Tallahassee, Florida X
No. 4 Duke Ohio State Duke 91–76 Greensboro, North Carolina X
No. 14 North Carolina No. 25 Illinois ILL 92–65 Champaign, Illinois X
No. 9 Maryland No. 10 Indiana IND 80–74 (OT) Indianapolis, Indiana X
Clemson Penn State CLEM 79–70 Anderson, South Carolina X
Wake Forest Wisconsin WF 90–80 Madison, Wisconsin X
NC State Northwestern NCSU 74–49 Raleigh, North Carolina X
No. 22 Virginia No. 21 Michigan State MSU 82–75 East Lansing, Michigan X
Georgia Tech No. 20 Minnesota MINN 64–63 Minneapolis, Minnesota X
Result ACC 5 4

Notes:

  • Michigan and Purdue did not play.
  • Rankings from AP Poll (Dec. 2).
  • The Indiana/Maryland game was a rematch of the 2001–2002 NCAA national title game in Atlanta, Georgia.

2001 ACC 5–3[edit]

ACC team B1G team Score Location ACC B1G
No. 25 Wake Forest Minnesota 85–79 Winston-Salem, North Carolina X
No. 1 Duke No. 7 Iowa 80–62 Chicago, Illinois X
NC State Ohio State 64–50 Columbus, Ohio X
No. 5 Maryland No. 2 Illinois 76–63 College Park, Maryland X
North Carolina Indiana 79–66 Chapel Hill, North Carolina X
Clemson Penn State 79–66 State College, Pennsylvania X
Georgia Tech Wisconsin 62–61 Atlanta, Georgia X
Florida State Northwestern 57–50 Evanston, Illinois X
No. 9 Virginia No. 22 Michigan St. Cancelled Richmond, Virginia
Result ACC 5 3

Notes:

  • Michigan and Purdue did not play.
  • Rankings from AP Poll (Nov. 27).
  • Michigan State vs. Virginia, at Richmond Coliseum, was cancelled during the game's second half due to unsafe court conditions. Virginia led 31–28 at the time the game was called.

2000 ACC 5–4[edit]

ACC team B1G team Score Location ACC B1G
No. 12 Wake Forest Michigan 71–60 Ann Arbor, Michigan X
No. 1 Duke No. 9 Illinois 78–77 Greensboro, North Carolina X
Clemson Northwestern 57–44 Clemson, South Carolina X
Georgia Tech Iowa 85–67 Iowa City, Iowa X
No. 6 North Carolina No. 3 Michigan State 77–64 East Lansing, Michigan X
NC State Penn State 84–76 Raleigh, North Carolina X
No. 21 Virginia Purdue 98–79 Charlottesville, Virginia X
No. 13 Maryland No. 23 Wisconsin 78–75 (OT) Milwaukee, Wisconsin X
Florida State Minnesota 79–71 Tallahassee, Florida X
Result ACC 5 4

Notes: Indiana and Ohio State did not play. Rankings from AP Poll (Nov. 28)

1999 ACC 5–4[edit]

ACC team B1G team Score Location ACC B1G
Wake Forest Wisconsin 67–48 Winston-Salem, North Carolina X
No. 24 Maryland Iowa 83–65 Baltimore, Maryland X
No. 17 Duke No. 16 Illinois 72–69 Chicago, Illinois X
Virginia Minnesota 74–62 Minneapolis, Minnesota X
Georgia Tech Michigan 80–77 Atlanta, Georgia X
N.C. State No. 19 Purdue 61–59 West Lafayette, Indiana X
Clemson Penn State 85–75 State College, Pennsylvania X
No. 2 North Carolina No. 8 Michigan State 86–76 Chapel Hill, North Carolina X
Florida State Northwestern 60–46 Evanston, Illinois X
Result ACC 5 4

Notes: No. 23 Indiana and No. 15 Ohio State did not play. Rankings from AP Poll (Nov. 30)

See also[edit]

ACC–Big Ten Women's Challenge

References[edit]

External links[edit]