Their most anticipated matchup of the season thus far, the No. 3 Ohio State Buckeyes routed the No. 13 Wisconsin Badgers, 38-7, on Saturday in Columbus.

One of the Buckeyes’ most well-known fans, LeBron James showed his enthusiasm on Twitter:

Continuing to make his case as the most dominant player in college football, junior defensive end Chase Young tied a program record with four sacks and forced two fumbles.

Now with 26.5 sacks in his career, Young is one away from tying Jason Simmons for second on the school’s all-time list. Current Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel is Ohio State’s record-holder with 36 sacks.

Outdueling junior Jonathan Taylor, one of America’s best tailbacks, Buckeye junior J.K. Dobbins finished with 221 yards on 23 touches. With 163 of these yards coming on the ground, the La Grange, Texas product is now over 1,000 yards rushing for the third consecutive season.

Battling back tightness, sophomore quarterback Justin Fields threw for 167 yards and two scores on 12 completions. Adding 28 yards and a touchdown rushing, Fields and Ohio State moved to 8-0 with the convincing win.

Following an off date on November 2, the Buckeyes will host the Maryland Terrapins on November 9.

Wisconsin, meanwhile, falls to 6-2 with their second straight loss. Looking to get back on track, Paul Chryst’s team draws another ranked opponent, the No. 20 Iowa Hawkeyes, in their next game, also on November 9.