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 WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) -Purdue will host Duke and North Carolina will be at Michigan State as part of the annual Big Ten/ACC Challenge in early December.
``I think it's great for our conference,'' Purdue coach Matt Painter said Tuesday. ``Duke is a perennial power in college basketball, so it will be a tremendous challenge for our team.''
In other games, it's Wisconsin at Virginia Tech, Ohio State at Miami, Clemson at Illinois, Virginia at Minnesota, Iowa at Boston College, Penn State at Georgia Tech, Indiana at Wake Forest, Florida State at Northwestern, and Michigan at Maryland.
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