Instituted in 2011, fans now have the chance to attend the final game of the regular season and see firsthand who will represent the league in the annual Rose Bowl game in January. Reserve your seats at Indy’s Lucas Oil Stadium with our vast array of Big Ten Football Championship tickets.
College football fans know that Big Ten Championship Game tickets allow you the chance to see some of the toughest football players in the Midwest battle for collegiate immortality. The addition of Nebraska marks a new era in the conference. With a title game on the horizon, fans now have the opportunity to get Big Ten Football Championship Game tickets. A pair of six-team divisions will battle it out in the regular season with a trip to the title game as the grand prize awaiting the two champions. Vivid Seats can get you into this coveted college football event. Don't forget that we also have BCS Championship Game tickets in January for the ultimate ending to an exciting football season.
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Big Ten Championship Game Biography
City: Indianapolis, Indiana Stadium: Lucas Oil Stadium TV Deal: Fox Sports Trophy: Stagg Championship Trophy
Like all conferences, Big Ten football has always aligned itself with certain ideals. The SEC prides itself on speed, the Pac-12 boasts innovative passing attacks, the power running game is the bread and butter of the Big 12. But none of those conferences can compete with the toughness, dedication, and intensity of the Big Ten. This has always been football for men with blue collars, even if some of the schools that make up the now 12-team league are among the best universities in the country. While the eeb-and-flow of recruiting talent makes for heavy parity from year-to-year, Michigan and Ohio State consistently stand tall as the two kings of the conference.