Minnesota-Wisconsin doesn’t game the same gravitational pull that Ohio State-Michigan does. OK, the Buckeye-Wolverines rivalry doesn’t legitimately pull gravity, but, you get my point.

All eyeballs will be on Ohio State-Michigan at noon ET on Saturday. But after that game takes place, arguably the biggest Big Ten game will occur at 3:30 p.m. ET — that being Minnesota-Wisconsin.

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The Golden Gophers and Badgers meet up on Saturday at Minnesota’s TCF Bank Stadium for what is essentially a play-in game to the Big Ten Championship. The winner advances on.

The loser?

That team will go to whatever bowl game lies ahead of them.

On Tuesday, ahead of the battle for Paul Bunyan’s Axe, Gophers coach P.J. Fleck talked about all the hype around ESPN’s College GameDay being in town as well as the rivalry that exists between Minnesota and Wisconsin:

As Fleck said, he feels like the rivalry is back. After all, Wisconsin won the last 14 matchups between the two programs up until last season.

Last year, Minnesota went into Camp Randall Stadium and won 37-15.