Wisconsin’s Montee Ball tied the all-time Division I record for career touchdowns Saturday.
His seven-yard touchdown run in the second quarter against Ohio State was his 78th career touchdown which tied him with Travis Prentice, who played for Miami of Ohio from 1996-99.
It was Ball’s 16th touchdown of the season and it cut the lead of the game to 14-7.
The all-time record is 130 touchdowns which is held by Mount Union’s Nate Kmic.
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