Big Ten/ACC Challenge Matchups Set

Michigan will play at Clemson in the 2010 Big Ten/ACC Challenge. Times and television channels have yet to be announced but here is the full schedule of games by date:

Monday, November 29
Virginia at Minnesota

Tuesday, November 30
Iowa at Wake Forest
Michigan at Clemson
Ohio State at Florida State
North Carolina at Illinois
Georgia Tech at Northwestern

Wednesday, December 1
Indiana at Boston College
Purdue at Virginia Tech
Michigan State at Duke
North Carolina State at Wisconsin
Maryland at Penn State

  • ATLblue

    I was hoping they would be playing at Georgia Tech, but hopefully i can make the 2 hour trip up to Clemson

  • ZRL

    Personally I like the matchup. It’s a young team vs a team with a new coach. I’m not really expecting a win in our first true road game of the season, but we should be able to keep it competitive.

  • Zach

    Don’t forget Clemson lost their coach this season so who knows how good they will be. I really don’t mind this matchup.

  • ATLblue

    I was hoping they would be playing at Georgia Tech, but hopefully i can make the 2 hour trip up to Clemson

  • Jim

    Dylan, Virginia at Maryland?? Something amok there. Assume that would be at Iowa, correct?

  • http://www.umhoops.com/ Dylan

    Virginia at Minnesota! Sorry for that.

  • umhoopsreader

    I see the Big Ten repeating with wins from…
    Purdue, Ohio State, NW, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and either Indiana or Illinois – wish I could include M on that list, but I do think it's a great draw for our boys in blue

  • tree

    we'll be gud this year i hate that reporters not givin us enough creditjus luk at the roster mogan,dumars,hardaway jr.,horford,christian,morris,lucas-perry,novak,Vogrich,McLimans,Smotrycz,akunne,person,douglass thats a pretty gud team!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • http://ufl.edu mattski

    Looks like the two leagues are pretty evenly matched here–could go either way. I did my own assessment on my fingers and (running out of fingers) saw it as either 6-5 B10 or 6-5 ACC.

  • Brian W

    It won't quite be a rematch from the NCAA tourney, but it would still be great to end up with a win.

    When U-M is equipped to handle it, I'd love to have them renew the rivalry with North Carolina. The games back in the late 80s and early 90s were pretty memorable, so it would be great to have a home and home with them somewhere down the road.

  • UMAdam

    Unfortunately I see ACC winning 7-4, with the 4 Big Ten victories being Purdue, Ohio State, Wisconsin, and Minnesota.. they could sneak a win with Indiana but I see ACC winning this year.

  • Zach

    Don't forget Clemson lost their coach this season so who knows how good they will be. I really don't mind this matchup.

  • AG2

    Which of those games do you think will be exiled to ESPNU?

  • Mith

    “gud” and “luk”? This has to be a joke, right? Good God that's bad.

  • http://ufl.edu mattski

    us?

  • desal

    Clemson is also losing trevor booker

  • alfredo88

    Aha a rematch of our last tournament win! Mostly new cast.
    I like Clemson to win this time. Duh.

  • alfredo88

    r we usin txt msgs now?
    Actually I'm with you Mith. English is preferable.

  • Brian W

    Yogi Ferrell visited Illinois recently per InsideIllini.com.

    Eric Katenda played well over the weekend at the Hoop Mountain Invitational.

    http://www.newenglandrecruitingreport.com/news/

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Shane-Locke/1838745739 Shane Locke

    We will beat clemson (AGAIN) and we will have a good season and hopefully make the field. But first Our football teams gunna do their thang and turn it around . GO BLUE !!!!!!

  • AG2

    So we know that Michigan will play two out of the 3 Syracuse, UTEP, and Ga Tech. We know Michigan will play Clemson. I'm assuming we get a home game vs. Utah and Kansas. I'm assuming the rest will be filler games or have some of the games I mentioned been pushed to 2011?

  • http://www.umhoops.com/ Dylan

    That's the key AG2… Could there be some games pushed back? I wouldn't be shocked. I also wouldn't expect to see many games added to the schedule.

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  • http://ufl.edu mattski

    Dylan,

    I've been trying to draw you out about how you see the team shaping up for next year. Now that recruiting is likely done (give or take some eurowunderkind) what would you say about a diary that kind of recaps where things stand?

    One question I have, for example: it will be a very young team, obviously. But how much more, in truth, do they conform to Beilein's chosen style of play? I always pooh-poohed somewhat the idea that Manny and DeShawn didn't 'fit the system,' but what's your take on that? And if the system is complex–I think it does take some adjusting to–does that mean we are even less likely to see many wins from a raw squad next year? Or are some key personnel already pretty conversant, likely to pretty readily adapt?

    Who do you see getting PT next year and who red-shirting, provided you're willing to speculate?

    In the same vein, how do you really think Beilein is doing–here I'm just as curious about what YOU think as perceptions of him out there on the hustings. I gather that there's respect but are people enthusiastic? Obviously he's on a longer tether than the football coach, but at what point do you think it becomes possible to say he's either succeeding or not getting it done?

    As always, I appreciate your work.

  • maxwells_demon

    Looks like a pretty even match up to me. A couple locks for both sides (Maryland, Wake, Wisco, Minnesota) and a probable for ACC with BC, otherwise the rest seem pretty up in the air.

  • maxwells_demon

    Clearly you're looking for Dylan's insights (and I'd be interested in them too), but I don't see how anyone outside of the team and coaches can offer much to the questions you ask. The bottom line is we've got 6 people, who we know very little about, that will potentially play significant minutes next year. Speculation seems pointless, although I suppose it gives us something to discuss…

  • http://ufl.edu mattski

    Dylan,

    I've been trying to draw you out about how you see the team shaping up for next year. Now that recruiting is likely done (give or take some eurowunderkind) what would you say about a diary that kind of recaps where things stand?

    One question I have, for example: it will be a very young team, obviously. But how much more, in truth, do they conform to Beilein's chosen style of play? I always pooh-poohed somewhat the idea that Manny and DeShawn didn't 'fit the system,' but what's your take on that? And if the system is complex–I think it does take some adjusting to–does that mean we are even less likely to see many wins from a raw squad next year? Or are some key personnel already pretty conversant, likely to pretty readily adapt?

    Who do you see getting PT next year and who red-shirting, provided you're willing to speculate?

    In the same vein, how do you really think Beilein is doing–here I'm just as curious about what YOU think as perceptions of him out there on the hustings. I gather that there's respect but are people enthusiastic? Obviously he's on a longer tether than the football coach, but at what point do you think it becomes possible to say he's either succeeding or not getting it done?

    As always, I appreciate your work.

  • maxwells_demon

    Looks like a pretty even match up to me. A couple locks for both sides (Maryland, Wake, Wisco, Minnesota) and a probable for ACC with BC, otherwise the rest seem pretty up in the air.

  • maxwells_demon

    Clearly you're looking for Dylan's insights (and I'd be interested in them too), but I don't see how anyone outside of the team and coaches can offer much to the questions you ask. The bottom line is we've got 6 people, who we know very little about, that will potentially play significant minutes next year. Speculation seems pointless, although I suppose it gives us something to discuss…

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