MADISON, WI (WHBL) - The Ohio State Buckeyes scored on a short run in overtime to edge the Wisconsin Badgers 21-14 Saturday. The win gives Ohio State the Leaders Division championship, but Wisconsin will be making the trip to the Big Ten Championship game. The Buckeyes are ineligible as part of its punishment for NCAA violations under former coach Jim Tressel. Ohio State remains undefeated, now sporting a 7-0 conference record and an overall record of 11-0. Montee Ball tied a major college touchdown record with a seven-yard scoring run in the second period. He almost became the all-time TD leader with 2:46 left in the game, but he fumbled as he attempted to leap into the end zone. The Badger defense held tough and third-string quarterback Curt Phillips led his team to a tying score on a five-yard touchdown pass to Jacob Pedersen with eight seconds left. Then, in overtime, Buckeye running back Carlos Hyde found the end zone from the two to give the number-six ranked visitors the win. Ball will have three games left to break the touchdown record. He carried the ball 39 times for 191 yards. With the loss, the Badgers fall to 4-3 in the Big Ten, with an overall record of 7-4.