Duke men's basketball to visit Indiana, new head coach Archie Miller in ACC/Big Ten Challenge
Update: ESPN announced all the ACC/Big Ten Challenge matchups later Thursday morning. The ACC is 11-5-2 all-time in the Challenge and won it last year for the first time since 2008. This year's matchups are listed at the bottom of the story.
Duke will be hitting the road in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge for the first time in three years, according to ESPN's Jeff Goodman.
Goodman reported Thursday morning that the Blue Devils will play Indiana at Assembly Hall in Bloomington in the annual event. Duke hosted the Hoosiers at Cameron Indoor Stadium in a 94-74 victory in 2015, but has not played Indiana on the road since 2005. Goodman tweeted that the date and time will be announced later.
Duke will play at Indiana in this year’s Big Ten-ACC Challenge, source told ESPN. Matchups scheduled to be released later today.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) June 8, 2017
The Blue Devils are 16-2 all-time in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge and 3-0 against the Hoosiers in the event.
Indiana fired head coach Tom Crean after a disappointing 18-16 season last year and hired Archie Miller away from Dayton to replace him. Like Duke, the Hoosiers are losing a lot of production to the NBA Draft in James Blackmon Jr., Thomas Bryant and OG Anunoby, and they will likely be led by a veteran backcourt of Josh Newkirk and Robert Johnson.
Duke at Indiana
Northwestern at Georgia Tech
Notre Dame at Michigan State
Miami at Minnesota
Penn State at NC State
Boston College at Nebraska
Michigan at North Carolina
Clemson at Ohio State
Louisville at Purdue
Florida State at Rutgers
Maryland at Syracuse
Wisconsin at Virginia
Iowa at Virginia Tech
Illinois at Wake Forest