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No. 13 Iowa (10-2) and No. 2 Michigan (11-1) meet in the 2021 Big Ten football championship game Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
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How to watch Iowa vs. Michigan in Big Ten championship
Kickoff time: 7:17 p.m. CT
Radio: Hawkeye Radio Network
Listen online: The Varsity Network
Iowa vs. Michigan predictions
Line — Michigan -12.5
Mike Hlas — ‘Tis better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all. Replace “loved” with “played in the Big Ten title game.” Michigan 24, Iowa 10
John Steppe — If a 15-letter word comes up on your daily crossword with the hint “Iowa’s nightmare,” it’s probably “Aidan Hutchinson.” That’s 15 letters, right? I was told there’d be no math in journalism. Michigan 31, Iowa 17
Jeff Johnson — Just don’t see this being close. Michigan 28, Iowa 7
Rob Gray — The Wolverines are on the cusp of their first College Football Playoff bid and the Hawkeyes — barring a couple non-offensive touchdowns — aren’t gonna derail that. Michigan 27, Iowa 17
Beth Malicki — Mike Hlas’ kind words in these Pick ‘Ems earned him a permanent place in my mother’s scrapbook. I am unworthy. Michigan 31, Iowa 20
Todd Brommelkamp — Iowa’s playing with house money at this point. This is a good reminder the house usually wins. Michigan 31, Iowa 13