For the first time as the leader at Michigan, Jim Harbaugh is coaching in the B1G Championship Game.

Michigan locked up a spot in Indianapolis last Saturday with a convincing 42-27 victory over Ohio State in Ann Arbor. Now, the Wolverines are a win away from securing a spot in the College Football Playoff.

Before Saturday night’s kickoff at Lucas Oil Stadium, FOX’s Jenny Taft met up with Harbaugh, who talked about his excitement level before the title game matchup against Iowa.

“Really excited. The good news is we’ve had really good days leading up to this game, really good practices, really good meetings,” Harbaugh said. “The energy is up and it’s time to go.”

Harbaugh also acknowledged that it only took players 24 hours to put the victory over Ohio State in the rearview mirror and set their sights on the Hawkeyes.

So, what challenges does Iowa present?

“The biggest thing is the turnovers,” Harbaugh said. “22 interceptions on the season. I’ve never seen that before. There’s lots of things. They’re really good, they’re really disciplined in all areas. Special teams is going to be a huge factor in the game.”

Michigan enters the B1G Championship Game at 11-1. Iowa sits at 10-2. It should be a fun one in Indianapolis.