The Buckeyes did more than just notch another victory over the Wolverines.
With Saturday's 56-27 win, Ohio State officially passes Michigan in all-time win percentage for the first time in history.
The win lifts Ohio State's all-time record to 923-325-53 with a win percentage of .7298 while Michigan's loss pushes he Wolverines 962-345-36 with a win percentage of .7297.
When calculating win percentage, ties count as half a win and half a loss.
Both schools still trail Boise State on the all-time list, as the Broncos have a 460-168-2 record with a win percentage of 0.7317, but Ohio State tops the list of programs with more than 500 wins.
This is just the latest mark of the Buckeyes' recent dominance in both The Game and college football at large compared to Michigan.
In 2015, Ohio State reclaimed the series lead against the Wolverines in Big Ten play and the Buckeyes are currently riding an eight-game winning streak in the rivalry.
Ohio State's record against Michigan since...
- Televisions introduced (1926): 48–41–4
- The discovery of penicillin (1928): 48–39–4
- The invention of radar (1935): 43–36–4
- The completion of the first general purpose computer, ENIAC (1946): 39–30–3
- Sound barrier broken (1947): 39–29–3
- The discovery of DNA (1953): 38–25–2
- Man lands on the moon (1969): 27–20–2
- Apple II released (1977): 23–17–1
- Fall of the Berlin Wall (1989): 18–10–1
- Internet becomes available to general public (1991): 18–8–1
- Google founded (1998): 17–4
- YouTube launched (2005): 13–1
1 Ohio State vacated its 37–7 win over Michigan in 2010.