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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | November 30, 2017

Big Ten-ACC Challenge: Previewing the top games

  Jordan Murphy has been a beast down low for the Golden Gophers this season.
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Maryland and Syracuse kicked off the Big Ten-ACC Challenge in style on Monday, with the Orange prevailing in the final seconds of a fun game.

The fun continued all week in the annual challenge. Below are the results of each game:

Syracuse 72, Maryland 70

Virginia 49, Wisconsin 37

Georgia Tech 52, Northwestern 51

Florida State 78, Rutgers 73

Purdue 66, Louisville 57

Wake Forest 80, Illinois 73

Virginia Tech 79, Iowa 55

Clemson 75, Ohio State 65

North Carolina 86, Michigan 71

N.C. State 85, Penn State 78

Clemson 79, Ohio State 65

North Carolina State 85, Penn State 78

North Carolina 86, Michigan 71

Miami 86, Minnesota 81

Nebraska 71, Boston College 62

Duke 91, Indiana 81

Michigan State 81, Notre Dame 63

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