Joel Klatt applauds Justin Fields, breaks down why OSU's offense was so effective against Wisconsin
Ohio State has run through every opponent put in front of it this season. One could argue that no team has looked better.
Wisconsin was obliterating everyone it faced as well before the two met up this past weekend (outside of the game against Illinois). Something had to give. And it was Wisconsin that gave.
Ohio State hammered the Badgers 38-7. The Buckeyes’ offense had a field day against an incredible Wisconsin defense. How did it happen?
FOX’s Joel Klatt broke it down:
"I think Justin Fields played one of his best games yet as a Buckeye."
— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) October 29, 2019
Klatt talked about how the rushing game with J.K. Dobbins was incredibly effective thanks to the offensive line. Early on, it took Ohio State some time to get going. But once it did, it became unstoppable.
Klatt said that Fields, with his legs, helped the offense out at times as well. The former Georgia quarterback, despite the weather, did some work with his arm as well, targeting wide receiver Chris Olave many times.
Ohio State won by 31 and its next game will be against Maryland on Nov. 9. Will the Buckeyes win by 40 after their bye?