This is a post for all the Maryland alumni. If you're used to watching Terrapin sports in bars around D.C., you knew to avoid the crowds of Vitale-loving Dukies at Laughing Man Tavern during basketball games, and that you didn't want to be at Union Pub whenever the Terps faced the Florida State Seminoles.

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Are Maryland wide receiver Stefon Diggs (with the ball) and the Terrapins ready for their first season in the Big 10? (Photo by Jonathan Newton / The Washington Post)

The move to the Big 10, though, raises new questions for Maryland fans: Where should you spend your Saturday afternoons so you don't find yourself surrounded by Sparty T-shirts or people doing that "O-H-I-O" pose? Here's a quick guide to the main game-watching spots for the 13 other Big Ten schools.

Be warned that three of the most popular college football alumni groups in the Washington area are in Maryland's new conference: The local Ohio State and Penn State alumni associations each boast five "official" viewing locations, while Michigan has four bars of its own.

Illinois: Penn Social
Indiana: Union Pub
Iowa: Public Bar, Crystal City Sports Pub
Michigan: R.F.D., Bailey's, Tommy Joe's, Cleveland Park Bar and Grill
Michigan State: Capitol Lounge
Minnesota: Front Page
Nebraska: Bar 201
Northwestern: Blackfinn (D.C.)
Ohio State: Rhino Bar, Solly's, Union Jack's (Bethesda), Mister Days, Velocity 5 (Sterling)
Penn State: Chinese Disco, Rhino Bar, Union Jack's (Bethesda), Carpool (Ballston), Tortoise and Hare
Purdue: The Bottom Line
Rutgers: Grand Slam Sports Bar
Wisconsin: Lou's City Bar