At least 2 B1G teams are going bowling this season.

Although it was not their best performance, Saturday’s win made the Wolverines the first bowl-eligible team in 2022, and with a 49-20 win over Michigan State, the Buckeyes joined the Wolverines in becoming bowl eligible.

Fox College Football announced on Twitter after the win the9  teams that were officially bowl eligible.

To officially become bowl-eligible, a team needs at least 6 wins with a minimum winning percentage of .500, which Michigan and Ohio State attained on Saturday. With the respective wins on Saturday, the Wolverines and Buckeyes advanced to 6-0 on the season.

Ohio State became bowl eligible with a blow out win over Michigan State. C.J. Stroud became the first Big Ten quarterback to throw for 6 touchdown passes in a game on 3 separate occasions, and Marvin Harrison Jr. became the first Ohio State player to have a hat trick in 3 separate games.

It wasn’t the easiest win for Michigan as the offense struggled with third-down conversions and had a field goal blocked, but the No. 4 Wolverines got it done, taking down Indiana 31-10.