TreVeyon Henderson is a difference-maker for Ohio State when he is healthy. Unfortunately, Henderson has missed some time this season, but he returned to the lineup in Week 9.

His impact was felt throughout the game, and he might have iced the game with a big touchdown in the fourth quarter. Facing a 2nd-and-8, Henderson’s number was called to the left side of the line.

At one point, it looked like Wisconsin’s defense was going to bring Henderson down after a short gain. The running back kept his legs moving and eventually came out the other side of the scrum and past the rest of the defense.

His run went for 33 yards and a touchdown to give the Buckeyes a 2-score lead vs. Wisconsin:

After his touchdown, Henderson is up to 162 rushing yards and a touchdown on 24 carries to go with 45 receiving yards. That output gives the star RB 6.8 yards per carry against the Badgers.

While Miyan Williams and Chip Trayanum have filled in well during Henderson’s absence, there’s no denying the impact Henderson has in the lineup. He’s a versatile and explosive playmaker who takes Ohio State’s offense to another level when he’s available.