Indiana reportedly to play at Duke in ACC/Big Ten Challenge

A year after hosting Duke at Assembly Hall, Indiana will return the favor with a trip to Cameron Indoor Stadium to play the Blue Devils in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge this fall, according to a report from Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports and FanRagSports.com.

Dates and times for the annual event have not been determined, but this will be the third time in four years that the Hoosiers and Blue Devils have squared off. Duke won in Durham, N.C., 94-74, on Dec. 2, 2015, and survived a game IU squad in Bloomington on Nov. 29, 2017, 91-81. The lone year Indiana and Duke did not play, the Hoosiers hosted another Tobacco Road school in North Carolina.

The 2018 meeting between the Hoosiers and Blue Devils will showcase four of the top freshmen in the nation, as Duke has signed No. 1 R.J. Barrett, No. 2 Cam Reddish and No. 5 Zion Williamson. That trio will matchup with Indiana signee Romeo Langford, the No. 6 recruit according to 247Sports.com.

Other reported matchups in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge will be North Carolina at Michigan, Michigan State at Louisville, Nebraska at Clemson, Minnesota at Boston College, Syracuse at Ohio State, N.C. State at Wisconsin, Purdue at Florida State, Virginia at Maryland, Rutgers at Miami, Virginia Tech at Penn State, Pitt at Iowa, Georgia Tech at Northwestern and Notre Dame at Illinois.