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Who will win the 2012 ACC/Big Ten Challenge? CBT staff makes its picks

Nov 27, 2012, 5:00 PM EST

Trey Burke AP

Just prior to the start of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, CollegeBasketballTalk took some time to pick the winners. Here’s the way we see it:

To read the preview for Day 1 of the ACC Big Ten Challenge, click here. A preview for Day 2 will be posted Wednesday.

Iowa vs. Virginia Tech

Eric Angevine – Iowa

Rob Dauster – Iowa

Daniel Martin – Iowa

David Harten – Iowa

Troy Machir – Virginia Tech

Raphielle Johnson – Iowa

Terrence Payne – Iowa

CBT Pick: Iowa, 6-1

No. 21 Minnesota vs. Florida State

Eric Angevine – Minnesota

Rob Dauster – Florida State

Daniel Martin – Minnesota

David Harten – Minnesota

Troy Machir – Minnesota

Raphielle Johnson – Florida State

Terrence Payne – Florida State

CBT Pick: Minnesota, 4-3

No. 18 NC State vs. No. 3 Michigan

Eric Angevine – NC State

Rob Dauster – Michigan

Daniel Martin – Michigan

David Harten – Michigan

Troy Machir – Michigan

Raphielle Johnson – Michigan

Terrence Payne – Michigan

CBT Pick: Michigan, 6-1

Maryland vs. Northwestern 
Eric Angevine – Maryland

Rob Dauster – Maryland

Daniel Martin – Maryland

David Harten – Northwestern

Troy Machir – Maryland

Raphielle Johnson – Maryland

Terrence Payne – Maryland

CBT Pick: Maryland, 6-1

Nebraska vs. Wake Forest 
Eric Angevine – Nebraska

Rob Dauster – Wake Forest

Daniel Martin – Wake Forest

David Harten – Nebraska

Troy Machir – Nebraska

Raphielle Johnson – Nebraska

Terrence Payne – Wake Forest

CBT Pick: Wake Forest, 4-3

No. 1 Indiana vs. No. 14 North Carolina
Eric Angevine – Indiana

Rob Dauster – Indiana

Daniel Martin – Indiana

David Harten – Indiana

Troy Machir – Indiana

Raphielle Johnson – Indiana

Terrence Payne – Indiana

CBT Pick: Indiana, 7-0

Wisconsin vs. Virginia 
Eric Angevine – Virginia

Rob Dauster – Wisconsin

Daniel Martin – Wisconsin

David Harten – Virginia

Troy Machir – Wisconsin

Raphielle Johnson – Wisconsin

Terrence Payne – Wisconsin

CBT Pick: Wisconsin, 5-2

Clemson vs. Purdue 
Eric Angevine – Clemson

Rob Dauster – Purdue

Daniel Martin – Clemson

David Harten – Purdue

Troy Machir – Clemson

Raphielle Johnson – Clemson

Terrence Payne – Clemson

CBT Pick: Clemson, 5-2

Miami vs. No. 13 Michigan State
Eric Angevine – Michigan State

Rob Dauster – Michigan State

Daniel Martin – Michigan State

David Harten – Michigan State

Troy Machir – Miami

Raphielle Johnson – Miami

Terrence Payne – Michigan State

CBT Pick: Michigan State, 5-2

No. 22 Illinois vs. Georgia Tech 
Eric Angevine – Illinois

Rob Dauster – Illinois

Daniel Martin – Illinois

David Harten – Illinois

Troy Machir – Illinois

Raphielle Johnson – Illinois

Terrence Payne – Illinois

CBT Pick: Illinois, 7-0

Boston College vs. Penn State 
Eric Angevine – Boston College

Rob Dauster – Boston College

Daniel Martin – Penn State

David Harten – Boston College

Troy Machir – Penn State

Raphielle Johnson – Boston College

Terrence Payne – Penn State

CBT Pick: Boston College, 4-3

No. 4 Ohio State vs. No. 2 Duke 
Eric Angevine – Duke

Rob Dauster – Duke

Daniel Martin – Duke

David Harten – Duke

Troy Machir – Duke

Raphielle Johnson – Ohio State

Terrence Payne – Duke

CBT Pick: Duke, 6-1

CBT Consensus Pick: Big Ten wins 2012 ACC/Big Ten Challenge, 7-5

Daniel Martin is a writer and editor at JohnnyJungle.com, covering St. John’s. You can find him on Twitter:@DanielJMartin_

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