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Images of the Year video: 2015 Big Ten football in review

Soon the Big Ten West champ Iowa and Big Ten East champ Michigan State will meet in the 2015 Big Ten Football Championship Game at 8:17 p.m. ET Saturday on Fox. But before we get to that game, watch our annual season-in-review video. Our Saturday pregame show starts at 6:30 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2Go before switching to FOX at 7:30 p.m. for the remainder of the pregame and the game broadcast. BTN/BTN2Go will also have a postgame show following the FOX broadcast. More coverage: Championship game scoreboard | Video highlights on Twitter | Instagram photos from BTN and The Journey | BTN Vine

Check this out: 360-degree video from Big Ten Championship site

We’re covering the Big Ten Football Championship in Indianapolis this weekend and we broke out a 360-degree camera to take for a test drive. See a short clip from the sideline as the Michigan State Spartans walked through their light practice on Friday afternoon at Lucas Oil Stadium. Don’t forget: Big Ten West champ Iowa and Big Ten East champ Michigan State will meet in the 2015 Big Ten Football Championship Game at 8:17 p.m. ET. Our pregame show starts at 6:30 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2Go before switching to FOX at 7:30 p.m. for the remainder of the pregame and the

Compare & contrast: Michigan State, Iowa offensive units

Two teams. One conference championship. Who has the edge when Michigan State and Iowa meet on Saturday night under the glow of the Lucas Oil Stadium lights in Indianapolis? Who knows for sure? That’s why they play the games. Still, that won’t stop me from taking a look at each offensive unit for each team. Let the comparisons on offense begin. QUARTERBACKS Have right arm, will travel. Michigan State’s Connor Cook is the Big Ten’s ultimate sheriff, the best signal-caller in the Big Ten. The senior is hitting 57.6 percent of his passes with 2,730 yards, 24 touchdowns and just four

Photos: 'Journey' covers teams arriving in Indianapolis

Our crew for ‘The Journey” is in Indianapolis for the Big Ten Football Championship game and posting some great shots to their Instagram account. Big Ten West champ Iowa and Big Ten East champ Michigan State will meet in the 2015 Big Ten Football Championship Game at 8:17 p.m. ET on Saturday, Dec. 5, 2015 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The pregame show starts at 6:30 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2Go before switching to FOX at 7:30 p.m. for the remainder of the pregame and the game broadcast. Here are a few of the shots. See more over on Instagram.

Big Ten Championship Previews: Don't forget about the kickers

How often do we see a game come down to a kicker needing to boot a field goal in the dying seconds to win a game? It happens usually once a season for most teams. Sometimes a few times. What’s my point? Don’t ignore the kickers in the Big Ten title game on Saturday night, as the league championship and a spot in the playoffs may come down to their toes. Let’s meet them. MICHIGAN STATE: Michael Geiger, 5-8, 186, junior Who can forget the image of Geiger sprinting downfield whirling an arm after nailing 41-yard field goal as time expired

Ready for some Big Ten Championship picks? Try 88 of them

Before heading off to Indianapolis to cover this weekend’s Big Ten Football Championship between the Iowa Hawkeyes and the Michigan State Spartans, I canvased the globe for predictions on the outcome. I even got a pick from Tom Arnold. Yes, THAT Tom Arnold. Behold the plethora of picks—88 in all. Writers, broadcasters, talent scouts and even a Heisman Trophy winner chimed in. It’s an illustrious list. And, as you can see, my experts like Michigan State, as the Spartans were picked 72 times. The Hawkeyes? Just 16. One guest expert even predicts three overtimes. IOWA (16) Scott Dochterman, Cedar Rapids

@BTNStatsGuys: 5 stat facts for the Big Ten Championship

With history on the line and the tension palpable, here are five facts to keep in mind when you tune in for the Big Ten Championship Game this weekend at 8:17 p.m. ET on Fox. Our pregame show starts at 6:30 p.m. ET on BTN/BTN2Go before switching to FOX at 7:30 p.m. for the remainder of the pregame and the game broadcast. Then come back to BTN for extensive postgame coverage.

Top Big Ten football, basketball coach, athletic director trios

December is here, which means the college football season is coming to a close and basketball is in full swing. [ MORE: Track all of our 2015 Big Ten Championship coverage ] The Big Ten is set to crown a conference champion in football this weekend as Iowa takes on Michigan State in the fifth annual Big Ten title game. The winner of that game will likely punch their ticket to the College Football Playoff. In basketball, three Big Ten teams are ranked in the top 11 in the country, as two of them (Michigan State and Purdue) remain unbeaten.

Count 'em up: Our look at the Iowa vs. Michigan State numbers

What's Iowa QB C.J. Beathard's record as a starter? What is Kirk Ferentz's record against Michigan State? What's Mark Dantonio's record against Iowa? And what was the final score the last time these two teams met? Bonus number: They last played in 2013, and we've got the highlight video to prove it.