A lot of college football fans are going to be fixated on one particular kickoff, scheduled for 3:30 p.m. ET in Columbus on Saturday. No. 19 Purdue travels to No. 4 Ohio State in an attempt to pull off another upset.

Purdue has already ended the undefeated season opportunities for Iowa and Michigan State this year and is looking to spoil Ohio State’s run at the College Football Playoff. After all, the Boilers were the ones to bounce the Buckeyes in 2018.

If Purdue can get a win in Columbus Saturday — a place it hasn’t been victorious since 1988 — it will do something that no other team in the B1G has done. It would be a sixth win over the Buckeyes since 2000.

Currently, Purdue is tied with Penn State for 5 wins over Ohio State in the last 21 season. With the Nittany Lions falling to the Buckeyes earlier this year, the Boilermakers would stand alone with a win.

Looking at Purdue compared to other juggernaut programs in the B1G, it’s kind of surprising that the Boilers are the team that could hit this mark before Michigan, Michigan State, Penn State or even Wisconsin or Iowa.

All of Purdue’s wins over Ohio State have come at Ross-Ade Stadium. We’ll see if the Boilers can change that this weekend.