College football games don’t get much bigger than this. The No. 3 Michigan Wolverines host the No. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes on Saturday, November 25, with the winner locking in a matchup with the Iowa Hawkeyes in the Big Ten Championship Game the following weekend. The winner will also have one foot in the College Football Playoff field, while the loser will have to hope they have done enough this season to make the playoff field as a one-loss team in a year when there could be four undefeated Power 5 Conference Champions.
We have tickets to the game at Michigan Stadium with Immortal Seats that start at just under $650 for End Zone seats. We have Corner seats for around $700, while Sideline seats start at closer to $900. If you want to go all out, then we have Club Seats at Michigan Stadium or just over $2,000, where you can watch the biggest game of the college football stadium in ultimate luxury.
Michigan has won the last two in this series, and the game last year was eye-opening for Ohio State fans. They led 20-17 at the break, but Ryan Day was out-coached in the second half as Michigan scored four touchdowns to win 45-23. That loss still stings, and the Buckeyes will do everything on Saturday to win with an offense that seems to be coming good at the right point in the season. The off-field issues at Michigan are myriad, but on the field, this is still a team with as much ability as anyone in the nation. It will make for an awesome contest and what should be a stunning spectacle at the heart of college football’s rivalry weekend.