On Saturday, Dec. 4, Michigan will play in its first Big Ten championship game.

The Wolverines lay claim to 42 conference titles and 16 outright Big Ten titles, but they have yet to play in the championship game that was instituted in 2011. They’ll make their first appearance this season thanks to an 8-1 run through Big Ten play and a 42-27 win over Ohio State last Saturday.

The win over the Buckeyes was a tremendous moment for the program, and the excitement that was visible on the field after the game is unsurprisingly lingering. Michigan was allotted 11,000 tickets to the upcoming championship game.

It received 23,000 requests for those tickets, according to the AP’s Larry Lage.

Tickets on secondary marketplaces like SeatGeek and VividSeats are selling for $230 on the low end with some listings over $5,000 a seat. It’ll undoubtedly be a hot ticket.

Michigan’s last conference title was in 2004. When coach Jim Harbaugh returned to the program in 2015, he was tasked with returning the program to the top of the conference. To this point, Ohio State had stood in the way.

But now Michigan is a game away from a conference title and a potential berth for the College Football Playoff.

The Wolverines (11-1, 8-1 Big Ten) play the Iowa Hawkeyes (10-2, 7-2 Big Ten) at 8 p.m. ET on FOX.