Ohio State is coming off a huge win last Saturday, as the Buckeyes knocked off Penn State, 20-12, in Columbus.

Wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. once again showed why he is one of the best players in college football, as he finished with 11 catches, 162 yards and one touchdown. The win was even more impressive as the Buckeyes were missing arguably 3 of their top 5 players.

The Buckeyes look to continue their match to a B1G championship game as they hit the road to take on Wisconsin at Camp Randall Stadium. Wisconsin is not an easy place to play, and former Ohio State linebacker Bobby Carpenter gave his keys for what the team will need to do to get the win.


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“Two things that travel are your defense, and your running game,” Carpenter said. “You don’t want to try and force Kyle back into those 3rd and 8 plus situations where he has to go win it all.”


Last year these 2 two teams played in Columbus, and the Buckeyes won the game, 52-21. The last time these two teams played at Wisconsin, the Buckeyes survived a thrilling, 30-23, overtime win.

Wisconsin is in first place in the B1G West after outscoring Illinois, 18-0, in the fourth quarter last week to get the 25-21 win. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 pm ET, and the game will be on NBC.