ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN - NOVEMBER 27: A.J. Henning #3 of the Michigan Wolverines celebrates after a touchdown against the Ohio State Buckeyes during the first quarter at Michigan Stadium on November 27, 2021 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photo by Mike Mulholland/Getty Images)

All eyes are on the Big Ten championship football game this weekend, where Michigan and Iowa will go head-to-head for the honors of being champions.

This is Michigan’s first time in the Big Ten football championship game. For Iowa, it’s only their second. That said, the game obviously sold out right away.

Michigan is ranked No. 2 in the newest AP poll after beating Ohio State on Saturday, 42-27. Iowa is ranked No. 15. Michigan is a 10.5-point favorite for the game Saturday (Dec. 4) at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

Since tickets are sold out, fans have had to go to the secondary market.

As of early Monday (Nov. 29) afternoon, the cheapest tickets on SeatGeek were $282, while the highest was well over $1,000. Changes are, they’ll go up in price, too. That’s Rolling Stones-level expensive, in my eyes!

Michigan Towers Over Ohio State, 42-27, for Major Victory:

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