Three seasons ago, Ohio State and Wisconsin met in the B1G Championship Game at Lucas Oil Stadium. That matchup turned out to be no contest.

The Buckeyes pounded the Badgers at the end of the 2014 season, clobbering Wisconsin 59-0 on the way to a B1G title and national championship. Ohio State fans haven’t forgot about that night and they certainly didn’t want Badger fans to forget it, either.

Just before kickoff, ex-Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones snapped a photo of a banner that read “59-0 Part 2,” hanging inside Lucas Oil Stadium. Jones, of course, was under center for the Buckeyes in that game.

Hopefully the 2017 B1G Championship doesn’t get that out of control. Both teams are battling for a potential College Football Playoff bid in addition to a conference title.

Another blowout might be enough to get the Buckeyes in the mix. But the Badgers will want revenge this time. It would be even sweeter if it clinched a playoff berth, as well.

Sports Betting in Big Ten Country

With the launch coming on January 1, 2023, Ohio sports betting is almost here. Just like a number of other Big Ten states, Ohio sports fans will soon be able to place legalized bets through reputable, regulated entities such as FanDuel, DraftKings, Caesars and more.