This is it.

Iowa meets Michigan Saturday night for the Big Ten crown. The Hawkeyes are in their first Big Ten title game since 2015. The Wolverines are in the title game for the first time since it was instituted in 2011. The Ohio State streak of Big Ten championships has been snapped and a new champion of the Big Ten will be crowned.

The Hawkeyes (10-2, 7-2 Big Ten) are ready.

The program dropped a hype video ahead of Saturday night’s game, narrated by WWE champ Big E. It begins with those three simple words: “This is it.” Take a look.

“You’ve earned the right to be here,” the video says. “All of the experts left you for dead after Week 8 … but you, you didn’t quit.”

The Hawkeyes lost back-to-back games in late-October, but with a little help from Minnesota and a defense that rediscovered its havoc-creating tendencies over the final stretch, Iowa earned its way to Indianapolis. Still, the Hawkeyes have been treated as heavy underdogs since the matchup was set. No. 2 Michigan, after a program-defining win over Ohio State for coach Jim Harbaugh, is a darling. To many, this feels like their year. The spread has slowly risen throughout the week, sitting at Michigan minus-12 hours before kickoff.

But the last 3 games in this series have all been one-possession games.

The task for Iowa is simple: Beat Michigan.