Iowa will bid for its 12th Big Ten Championship on Saturday when the Hawkeyes head to Indianapolis to play second ranked Michigan in the league title game. The 15th Hawkeyes overcame a mid-season two-game losing streak to finish 10-2 and opened as a nearly 11 point underdog.
Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz was not ready on Sunday to name a starting quarterback.
Ferentz says they plan to name a starter on Tuesday.
Saturday’s showdown is a 7:00 kick-off from Indy.