Big Ten championship game tickets: How to sit with Michigan football fans in Indianapolis

Michigan running back Donovan Edwards celebrates the Wolverines' 45-23 win over Ohio State at Ohio Stadium in Columbus on Nov. 26, 2022.

For the second year in a row, Michigan football will play for the Big Ten championship in Indianapolis.

The No. 3 Wolverines, fresh off a 45-23 win at No. 2 Ohio State, now get ready to take on Big Ten West Division champs Purdue on Saturday.

As of 3 p.m. Sunday, tickets for the game at Lucas Oil Stadium through Ticketmaster were sold out. So, too, were Michigan's 10,000 ticket allotment. But secondary market platforms will likely have tickets until kickoff.

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For instance, a pair of tickets on StubHub in an end zone corner in the upper deck start at $125. On Vividseats, a pair of upper-deck seat in an end zone are priced at $133 and on SeatGeek, two seats in the nosebleeds along the sideline are $148.

The Big Ten backs a secondary ticket website called TicketSmarter, which you can buy seats for any conference event.

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What time does the game start?

Since its inception in 2011, the Big Ten championship game has been on the first Saturday night in December in Indianapolis. This year is no different, as coverage of the Wolverines and Boilermakers will begin at 8 p.m. Saturday on Fox.

Detroit native Gus Johnson and Joel Klatt will call the game for Fox, which will take its "Big Noon Kickoff" pregame show to the Circle City, featuring former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer.

This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Press: Big Ten championship game tickets: How to watch Michigan in Indy