It was an instant classic when the Iowa Hawkeyes battled the Michigan State Spartans for the 2015 B1G Championship title. It was an outstanding defensive battle for three quarters, but in the end, it was the offense that stole the show.
With a victory on Saturday, Michigan State earned its third Big Ten Football Championship Game berth and a share of the East Division title and will meet Iowa on Saturday, Dec. 5, 2015 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
The Iowa Hawkeyes finished their 2015 Big Ten regular season with a 12-0 record for the first time in school history. Sign up now to get notifications as soon as we begin taking Bowl Trip reservations.
The unbeaten Iowa Hawkeyes are ranked No. 4 in the new College Football Playoff (CFP) rankings and would be a semifinalist if the national championship series began this week. The 12-member CFP committee moved Iowa (11-0 overall, 7-0 Big Ten) up one spot in the latest poll, which was released early T…