Michigan will travel to North Carolina for the Big Ten-ACC Challenge this year.
Michigan will play at North Carolina in the Big Ten-ACC Challenge, source told ESPN. Matchups will be released later today.
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) June 8, 2017
North Carolina went 33-7 last year, won the ACC regular season title and beat Gonzaga to win the National Championship. The Tar Heels lost several key contributors from last year’s roster — Justin Jackson, Isaiah Hicks, Kennedry Meeks, Nate Britt and Tony Bradley — but return their starting guards, seniors Joel Berry and Theo Pinson. North Carolina also added Pittsburgh graduate transfer Cam Johnson and has a top-20 recruiting class led by four-stars Jalek Felton and Garrison Brooks.
Most preseason prognostications have the defending champs pegged as a top-15 team heading into 2017-18.
The Wolverines will also play in the Maui Invitational, host UCLA, and play games at Texas and Detroit (Little Caesars Arena). Find a full rundown of future scheduled dates on our future schedules page.
Adding to a busy December calendar, Big Ten teams are also expected to play two conference games in early December during the weekend of the Big Ten Football Championship game.
Here’s the full listing of Big Ten-ACC Challenge matchups as reported by ESPN.
Northwestern at Georgia Tech
Duke at Indiana
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