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LGHL Ohio State to reportedly play at Louisville in Big Ten/ACC Challenge

Discussion in 'News' started by Matt Brown, May 23, 2016.

  1. Matt Brown

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    Ohio State to reportedly play at Louisville in Big Ten/ACC Challenge
    Matt Brown
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    Ohio State's schedule just got tougher.

    We don't know all of Ohio State basketball's schedule for next season, but we do already know the highlights. The Buckeyes will face UCLA in Las Vegas, and will host both Providence and UConn before Big Ten play starts. Their biggest true road trip was likely to be their Big Ten/ACC Challenge game, and now we may know their opponent.

    According to John Rothstein of CBS, Ohio State will travel to face Louisville in that matchup.

    Louisville will host Ohio State in next season's ACC/Big Ten Challenge, sources told @CBSSports.

    — Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) May 23, 2016

    The Cardinals did not participate in the NCAA Tournament last season thanks to self-imposed sanctions, but they were good enough to have made a run. Louisville finished the season with a KenPom rating of 10, and an RPI of 17. If Louisville is anywhere near that level next season, it will be another excellent boost to Ohio State's computer profile.

    Ohio State will open the season at Navy, and will also reportedly host Marshall later in the non-conference schedule. Once we know additional games, we'll share them. With UCLA, Louisville, Providence and UConn already on the slate, another big name addition to the schedule feels unlikely, but you never know.

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