The 2011 Big Ten Championship Game is upon us. For the first time in its history, the Big Ten Conference, like the Pac-12, will play a title game to determine the conference champion, with the winner earning a berth in the 2012 Rose Bowl. The Michigan State Spartans won the Legends Division, and they face the Wisconsin Badgers, who won the Leaders Division.
The Spartans beat the Badgers earlier this season in East Lansing on October 22, 37-31 on a last-second Hail Mary pass. In their second meeting of the year, Wisconsin is roughly a 10-point favorite to get their revenge, per Odds Shark. Here is the gameday coverage:
Start Time: Kickoff is scheduled for 5:17 p.m. PST
Location: Unlike the Pac-12 title tilt, the Big Ten Championship Game is at a neutral site, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Radio: The game can be heard nationally via Compass Media Networks, which is available on channel 91 for both Sirius and XM. Gregg Daniels and Curtis Conway are on the radio call.
History: Michigan State leads the all-time series with Wisconsin 29-21