Wisconsin hasn’t played anyone with Ohio State’s speed this season. Parris Campbell made that apparent in the first half.

Campbell caught a pass from J.T. Barrett behind the line of scrimmage in the second quarter of the B1G Championship Game, a play that looked like it might net a few yards. But Campbell put a few moves on a couple Badgers defenders and raced past the rest on his way to a 57-yard touchdown reception.

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The score put the Buckeyes back on top of the contest 14-7.

Campbell, who entered the game as Ohio State’s top receiver with 530 yards, scored his third touchdown of the season on that play.

It doesn’t appear that Wisconsin has a defender that will be able to keep up with Campbell’s speed.