Where to watch the Iowa-Michigan Big Ten Championship football game


The Hawkeyes and Wolverines face off in Indianapolis next Saturday at 7 p.m.

Jerod Ringwald

Lucas Oil Stadium is seen in Indianapolis, Indiana on Thursday, July 22, 2021. (Jerod Ringwald/The Daily Iowan)

Indianapolis, here come the Hawkeyes.

The Iowa football team won the Big Ten West division with the combination beating Nebraska on Friday and Minnesota beating Wisconsin on Saturday. Iowa will face Big Ten East champion Michigan, who beat Ohio State over the weekend, in the Big Ten Championship game in Indianapolis next Saturday. This is Iowa’s second appearance in the Big Ten title game, which originated in 2011. Michigan is making its first appearance in the championship game.

If the Hawkeyes win, it will mark the program’s first Big Ten title since 2004 and its first all-time conference championship since 1985. Details on the game can be found below. Also stay up to date with coverage on dailyiowan.com throughout the week.

Match: Michigan (11-1, 8-1) vs. Iowa (10-2 overall, 7-2 Big Ten)

Expected playing time: Saturday, December 4 at 7 p.m.

Location: Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, 63,000 capacity

TV: FOX, FOX Sports app for streaming

Advertisers: Gus Johnson (game by game), Joel Klatt (analyst)

Radio: Hawkeye / KRUI Radio Network

Betting Information: Line: MICH -10.5 | O/U: 43.5

Series: Michigan leads, 42-15-4

Last meeting: Michigan won, 10-3, in Ann Arbor in 2019


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