The season point cut-off for the 2018 postseason is set to be in effect, and some members of the Big Ten and ACC are already planning their postseason schedules.
Here are the key dates for the NCAA tournament:Sept. 8: Wisconsin vs. North CarolinaSept.
15: Iowa vs. MinnesotaSept.
22: Ohio State vs. MichiganState vs. NebraskaSept.
29: Virginia vs. Virginia TechOct.
5: Pittsburgh vs. SyracuseOct.
12: Purdue vs. DukeOct.
19: Duke vs. MarylandNov.
5 – Nov. 11: Maryland vs. Penn StateNov.
18: Maryland, Syracuse, Penn State and Virginia vs- Wisconsin and Virginia TechThe Big Ten is set for a big challenge.
The conference has five teams with a combined record of 18-7.
The ACC is set up for a lot more success.
The Big 12 and Pac-12 are the only two conferences with a winning record in the postseason, and the Big 12 has a winning percentage of .844, just two games ahead of the ACC at .842.
In addition, Ohio State has two wins in the last four games, while Florida State is 1-2 against Big Ten teams.
The Gators are also 3-1 in the NCAA Tournament.