Cast of BIG NOON KICKOFF Live from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis
Former Buckeye Beanie Wells Hosts “Wendy’s All-Access”

NEW YORK – Coming off its highest-rated and most-watched game of the season, FOX Sports’ college football coverage continues this weekend with a multi-platform presentation of the 2019 Big Ten Championship Game between No. 1 Ohio State and No. 8 Wisconsin. A one-hour pregame show airs live from Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium Saturday, Dec. 7, at 7:00 PM ET on FOX, followed by Ohio State-Wisconsin at 8:00 PM ET.

FOX Sports lead college football broadcasters Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt and Jenny Taft call the 2019 Big Ten Football Championship Game presented by Discover, as the top-ranked Buckeyes look to claim their third consecutive conference title, going up against the Badgers, who are making their record sixth appearance in the event.

BIG NOON KICKOFF host Rob Stone is joined by analysts Brady Quinn, Reggie Bush, Matt Leinart and former Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer for a one-hour edition of BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP PREGAME from the field at Lucas Oil Stadium. Saturday’s show features Klatt’s sit-down interview with Buckeye Heisman contender Chase Young as well as a feature on vaunted Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor.

At halftime, Taft hosts the popular Dr Pepper Tuition Toss, and the cast of BIG NOON KICKOFF returns to the field with their reaction and analysis. Following the final whistle, Klatt presents the Amos Alonzo Stagg Championship Trophy to the winning team and the Grange-Griffin Award to the game’s MVP, while Taft, Stone, Quinn, Bush, Leinart and Meyer are on-field with interviews and more.

FOX Sports offers enhanced digital coverage of the Big Ten Championship Game beginning Friday with Klatt’s “Breaking the Huddle sponsored by Dr Pepper” live from Lucas Oil Stadium, streaming on the @CFBONFOX Facebook page. On Friday and Saturday, former Buckeye running back Beanie Wells hosts “Wendy’s All-Access” on the @CFBONFOX Facebook and Instagram pages, offering viewers a behind-the-scenes look around Indianapolis during championship game weekend.