Wisconsin defensive back Jay Shaw and defensive tackle Keeanu Benton displayed no lack of confidence in Monday’s press conference ahead of their matchup with Ohio State.

Ohio State (3-0) is coming off of a 77-21 win over Toledo, where the Buckeyes failed to score a touchdown on just one possession. Quarterback C.J. Stroud threw for 367 yards and had as many touchdowns as incompletions with 5.

The Badgers defense, however, seems to be up to the tall task of the Buckeyes’ offense.

“Definitely looking forward to it,” Shaw said. “This is something that being a kid, you look forward to. Either you want to be the best or you want to take out the best. In order to take out the best, you have to take out the best.”

The Badgers (2-1) have outscored their opponents 121-21 this season, but they haven’t faced an offense quite like Ohio State’s. Either way, Wisconsin’s defense feels like they can contain Stroud and the rest of the crew.

“It’s a good offense and we’re a great defense. Feel like it’s going to be a battle out there,” Benton said.