Michigan beat Ohio State 42-27 on Saturday. It was the first time that the Wolverines have beaten the Buckeyes under head coach Jim Harbaugh he took the job in December of 2014.

Now Cade McNamara says that the team is shifting focus to the B1G Championship game against No. 16 Iowa.

The Wolverines haven’t had a problem with the Hawkeyes in the long run with a 42-15 record against them all-time. However, Iowa has won 2 out of the last 3 meetings against Michigan in recent years. The last meeting was a 10-3 win for Michigan in Ann Arbor.

Here’s what Michigan’s starting quarterback had to say about the Iowa game per On3Sports’ Anthony Broome:

“Beating Ohio State is definitely one of, if not the pinnacle, of my career,” said McNamara. “Just being a part of this team is an honor. For us to finally get over the hump of beating Ohio State, means so much not just to me but the rest of these guys. As we continue to go into this week of preparation, we’re going to watch the film today as soon as today is over, that game is over as well. We’ll come back and appreciate that game after the season. For the time now, we have to beat the Hawkeyes and take home a Big Ten Championship. There’s not one dude on this team that has a ring. That was one of the goals that we wanted to achieve this season and now we have to go on and achieve the next one.”

The last time the Wolverines won the B1G was back in 2004 and was also against Iowa. If Michigan wins, it would mark the first time that a team not named Ohio State or Michigan State has made the College Football Playoff from the B1G.

No. 5 Michigan (11-1) and No. 16 Iowa (10-2) fight for the B1G title on Saturday at 8 p.m. ET on Fox.