The Big Ten released the 2015-16 conference schedules for each of its member schools on Thursday, including the possible No. 1 team in the nation, the Maryland Terrapins. You can see it in full here.
Let's take a deeper look at it, highlighting the three most interesting games on the conference slate.
3) at Wisconsin (Kohl Center, Sat., Jan. 9, 2016)
Frank Kaminsky and Sam Dekker are no longer Badgers -- both are now in the NBA -- but this game should still be a competitive tilt early in January. That's not why it checks in at No. 3 on this list, though.
This game matters for one big reason -- Diamond Stone. Stone is a native of Wisconsin who faced backlash from Badger fans after the five-star freshman-to-be committed to the Terrapins over the school in his home state.
Now he returns to Wisconsin for this one on a team looking to win a national title. If the first time around doesn't work out, Stone will get a second crack at the Badgers on Feb. 13 back in College Park.
2) at Michigan State (Breslin Center, Sat., Jan. 23, 2016)
If Maryland gained something of a rival in its first season in the conference, it might have been Michigan State. These two teams had three marquee battles last season, two Maryland wins but a Michigan State victory when it counted most in the Big Ten tournament.
Michigan State loses Travis Trice and Branden Dawson, but Denzel Valentine is back and four-star freshman Deyonta Davis enters the fold as well.
1) at Indiana (Assembly Hall, Sat., March 5 or Sun., March 6, 2016)
The date isn't set in stone yet, but the matchup will be about as good as you could hope for late in the season.
Maryland point guard Melo Trimble and Indiana point guard Yogi Ferrell battled last season. Make this Melo-Yogi IV. It will be in the Hoosiers' house, with perhaps the chance to knock off the nation's No. 1 team.
And depending on how things shake out, it could Big Ten regular-season title implications. Sign me up.