Michigan to Play at Virginia in 2011 Big Ten-ACC Challenge

Dylan Burkhardt

big ten acc[1]The Big Ten-ACC Challenge match-ups were announced this afternoon and Michigan will play at Virginia on November 29th.

We have a full listing of the confirmed and rumored games on next year’s schedule. At this point the list is highlighted by Virginia, the Maui Invitational, Oakland (at the Palace) and Bradley.

Michigan coaches have indicated a desire to add one additional marquee home-and-home series, but at this point no plans have been finalized.

The complete listing of the Big Ten-ACC Challenge match-ups is available after the jump.

Tuesday, November 29
Miami at Purdue
Northwestern at Georgia Tech
Illinois at Maryland
Michigan at Virginia
Clemson at Iowa
Duke at Ohio State

Wednesday, November 30
Indiana at NC State
Penn State at Boston College
Florida State at Michigan State
Virginia Tech at Minnesota
Wake Forest at Nebraska
Wisconsin at North Carolina

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  • I can’t wait to go to this game with my Wahoo daughter. Hoping I can behave so she doesn’t disown me.

  • Anonymous

    Let’s make it 2 in a row. 

  • Anonymous

     I like it!

  • The White Tiger

     One of the best possible draws we could have gotten

  •  Let’s hear your early predictions for Michigan’s game and the challenge itself…

    • Maizerage05

      Unfortunately, I see the Challenge ending in a 6-6 tie…


      Georgia Tech
      NC State

      • Worth noting that a tie would go to last year’s winner: the Big Ten.

  • Athens Maize Rage

    I say Michigan 68-60, B10 wins the challenge again….8-4 or 9-3. 

  • Mbee1

     UM 64 UVA 52…other results
    Purdue over MiamiNorthwestern over Georgia TechIllinois over MarylandMichigan over VirginiaClemson over Iowa Ohio State over Duke
    IU over NCSt.
    Penn St ties BC 10 -10 after game called because it’s terrible
    MSU over FSU
    Minny over Tech
    Neb. over Wake
    UNC over Wisconsin

    Big Ten takes challene in my overly optimistic viewpoint 9-2-1 

  • jwalk

    I’m bummed we didn’t get UNC for selfish reasons (I live in Raleigh) but I do think it’s a good draw.  I’ll go with M 67 UVA 59.

    I wonder how much Darius leaving changed our potential match-up…

    • Michiganman12

       Nice to know another fellow North Carolinian is in the house, I am from Greensboro though, I was bummed as well.

      • Jvblaha

        I’m from Greensboro as well, luckily I am a student in Ann Arbor right now. 

  • Anonymous

    Whats up Michigan!  We hope many of you can make the trip to Charlottesville.  The JPJ (John Paul Jones Arena) is a true gem and the place rocks when we have a quality product / quality opponent on the floor.  Michigan definitely qualifies and our product is getting there under Bennett, so the atmosphere should be crazy!   

    Maybe our football teams will be fresh off victories over the Buckeyes and Hokies…nah, lets not get crazy here!

    • justin sedlecky

      Thanks for the post, uva!  We’ll be looking forward to the game.  feel free to stop by for a scouting report! 

  • Anonymous

    What about Texas, is that still a possibility?

  • ZRL

    I like the B10 jumping out to a 4-2 lead with Purdue, Northwestern, Michigan, and OSU winning on Tuesday, before the ACC comes back on Wednesday with BC, Virginia Tech, Wake, and UNC winning. Ends in a 6-6 tie.

  • Anonymous

    Glenn Robinson III talks about his season, getting back to Ann Arbor, etc….


    Wall Street Journal has an article about Juwan Howard, working to earn a championship ring…


    VJ Beachem and others discuss playing basketball year ’round…


  • Kevin in GR

    Latest Trey Burke/The Journey Episode:


  • gpsimms

    wooooo!  so perfect!  I move to charlottesville in 6 days! 

  • GoBlueMD

    Unrelated to this particularly, but Darius Morris has moved to #17 overall on nbadraft.net’s latest Mock Draft and seems to be projected in the first round on every draft website.  Looks like it was a good decision for him to leave, although the prime reason for this jump may be how weak of a draft class this is.

    • JeffW

      On the other hand, Chad Ford’s latest mock doesn’t have Morris going in the first round.  I’m of the belief that Morris would have best positioned himself for long-term success by staying at least one more year, where he’d have a better chance to work on diversifying his game in a way that’s tough to do at the NBA level.