ESPN released the pairings for next season's ACC-Big Ten Challenge, and the series will feature an all-Pennsylvania showdown between Penn State and Pittsburgh.
Pat Chambers' Nittany Lions will visit the Panthers in what should be one of Pitt's first marquee games as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference. It will be the 145th all-time meeting between the schools, but the first since 2005.
The biggest national games in the series are Indiana at Syracuse, Michigan at Duke and North Carolina at Michigan State.
Because there are more teams in the ACC than the big Ten, three ACC teams won't participate: Clemson, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest. Those were the teams with the lowest RPI ratings in the conference last season.