Also, I wasn't counting seasons at .500 as losing seasons.
Neither was I, or OSU would have a lot more of them, and UM would have a few as well.
That database has also rationalized away at least 20 wins from UM according to the way he decided games to count. OSU was not on the list as having lost any.
Either way, UM's 8.65 is higher than OSU's 8.64. Using the Stassen's number though, just for fair comparrison, OSU averages 2.6 losses per season, while UM averages 2.3.
Over 115+ seasons each, that is a lot of games.