WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - The final non-conference piece of the Purdue men's basketball schedule was finalized today as ESPN announced that the Boilermakers will travel to Florida State for the ACC / Big Ten Challenge on Wednesday, Nov. 28. Television assignments for the Challenge games will come at a later date. The announcement completes the Boilermakers' non-conference slate which now features games against Texas, Florida State and Notre Dame and possible contests with Virginia Tech, Alabama, Wichita State or Davidson in the Charleston Classic. Florida State and Virginia Tech are both ranked in the nation's top 20 in current preseason polls, while Texas and Notre Dame are expected to be improved from last season. Purdue's non-conference schedule only features 11 games as it was announced earlier this year that the Big Ten would start playing a 20-game schedule for the 2018-19 season and beyond. Florida State posted a 23-12 overall record and reached last year's Elite Eight before falling to Michigan 58-54 for a spot in the Final Four. The Seminoles were 9-9 in the ACC and return three starters and seven of their top nine scorers from last year, including their two leading scorers in Phil Cofer (6-8 forward; 12.8 PPG, 5.1 RPG) and Terance Mann (6-6 guard; 12.6 PPG, 5.4 RPG).