Jabrill Peppers finally got on the right side of the Michigan-Ohio State rivalry.

On Sunday afternoon during an NFC matchup between the New York Giants and Washington Redskins, Peppers registered a pick-six late in the third quarter to give the Giants a commanding 24-3 advantage over the Redskins. The quarterback? Former Ohio State gunslinger Dwayne Haskins.

Below is the pick-six from Peppers, which was posted on the NFL’s official Twitter account:

Haskins made his NFL regular season debut on Sunday, stepping in during the second quarter of the early-season matchup. Getting picked off by a former Michigan star isn’t exactly how he planned for his first outing to go.

Haskins finished the day completing 9-of-17 passes for 107 yards and three interceptions. Peppers had six total tackles, two pass break-ups and the pick-six.

New York ended up winning the contest 24-3. The Giants improved to 2-2 on the year with the Redskins falling to 0-4.