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Big Ten Championship: 5 Other Cities That Should Be Considered in the Future
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Over the weekend the Big Ten announced that Lucas Oil Stadium would be the host of the conference title game through the 2015 season. Lucas Oil is also the host for this year's Super Bowl—that is, if there is an NFL season.

Having the title game in Indy geographically is a fit. It is relatively close for many of the teams, minus Penn State, Minnesota and Nebraska. It will also make big-time dollars for the city with the fans that will flock to Indiana's state capital.

But is having the game in Indy for the next five seasons a good thing?

Everyone will have their opinion on that. I personally think that the game should be rotated every two years to a total of six different sites to accommodate every geographic area of the Big Ten.

So here is a list of five other cities and their major sports facilities that should have their chance at hosting the big game.

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