Big Ten Football Championship Schedule
The Big Ten Football Championship will decide the top team in the conference
for 2014 on December 8th when the two best teams in the Big Ten hit the field at Luca Oil Stadium to battle it out on the
football field. The Big Ten is one of the best conferences in college football, and some of the most revered programs in the
nation call it home. That means that this game annually sees some great teams hit the field to see who will earn the Big Ten
title. Last season the Michigan State Spartans defeated the Ohio State Buckeyes for the Big Ten Championship in front of more
than 66,000 fans. The Spartans took down the Buckeyes by a score of 34-24, and crowned Michigan State as the winner of the
Big Ten in 2014. Lucas Oil Stadium is one of the top football venues in the entire nation, as it plays home to the Indianapolis
Colts of the National Football League. This year's contest promises to be another thrilling contest on the gridiron, and you
can be there to see all of the action for yourself from your very own seat in the stadium.
Big Ten Football Conference
Big Ten is a dominant conference in all college sports, but perhaps the biggest sport in the entire conference is college
football. Powerhouse teams like Ohio State, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Michigan State are always vying for the top spot in the
conference and are often ranked atop the national rankings. The addition of a Big Ten championship game has only added to
the intrigue of the conference schedule and given even more motivation to the teams, as if that was necessary, to finish the
regular season strong. If you are looking for hard-nosed, tough gridiron action, look no further than the Big Ten. Historically,
this has been one of the premiere conferences in college football and has produced several national champions. Big time rivalries
abound in the Big Ten, with the biggest in the conference, and perhaps in all of college sports, being the rivalry between
the Michigan Wolverines and The Ohio State Buckeyes.
Upon entering Lucas Oil Stadium, fans
are well aware that they are about to see a college football game unlike any other. The players warming up on the field are
visibly fighting off nerves and trying to get out all of the jitters before the opening kick-off. The crowd is full of players'
families, alumni, hordes of journalists and sports writers, locals who are always thrilled to take part in the annual tradition,
and college football fanatics who are hoping to see another historic college football match up. The pageantry of the cheerleaders,
mascots, marching bands, and wild fans are enough to get you out of your seat, and then the game begins. Thunderous, bone
rattling hits, incredible displays of speed and agility, clutch field goals, and game breaking plays fill up the day of world
class college football. By the time the clock winds down your voice is hoarse and your palms are stinging from clapping and
giving high fives and you will already be planning a return trip the following year. The Big Ten Championship Game is one
of the biggest football games of the collegiate season, and being there in person is the best way to enjoy it. Don't miss
out on the chance to check this game out live in one of the top football venues in the country.
players involved in the Big Ten championship game are all well aware that they are playing on one of the biggest, if not the
biggest, stages that they have ever been asked to play, and are all looking to prove that they are one of the elite college
football players in the country. Some are playing their last Big Ten conference game, and in doing so want to be sure to go
out on top and know that they left everything on the field. The most elite athletes are possibly using this as the last game
in which to showcase their abilities in hopes of moving up the NFL draft board. These players are playing for personal pride,
the pride of their schools, and the pride of their conference. There are a lot of bragging rights on the line and this is
certainly not lost on the players, coaches, or fans at Lucas Oil Stadium in early December.
Big Ten Football
How many Big Ten Football Championship games have been played?
Through 2013 there have only
been three Big Ten championship games played but it is already a well-established tradition that looks like it is here to
stay, and will only get bigger and better in coming years. The Wisconsin Badgers won the first two games, while the Michigan
State Spartans won the 2013 Big Ten championship game.