Ohio State reached a Big Ten milestone on the same day as its biggest rival.
The Buckeyes' 56-14 win over Nebraska on Saturday was Ohio State's 500th all-time win in Big Ten competition.
Michigan's 27-20 overtime win against Indiana earlier in the day was the Wolverines' 500th win in Big Ten competition.
Ohio State reached the milestone in six less years than Michigan; the Buckeyes are in their 105th season of conference play, while the Wolverines are in their 111th.
The Buckeyes have an all-time Big Ten record of 500-173-24 for a winning percentage of .734. The Wolverines have an all-time Big Ten record of 500-213-18 for a winning percentage of .706.
Ohio State is also now tied with Nebraska for the third-most wins all-time against all competition among Football Bowl Subdivision teams. The Buckeyes and Cornhuskers each have 892 all-time wins, trailing only Michigan (940) and Texas (894).