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Wisconsin trucked in with hopes of upsetting the Buckeyes like they had done their last three trips to The Horseshoe
Coaches meet prior to the game at mid-field, do you think Tressel is saying there will be no dancing on the 'O'?
Ohio State 38 Wisconsin 17
There was no comeback victory for the Badgers today, like they accomplished in their most recent visits to Columbus. Chants of 'Beanie' echoed through the stadium as Chris Wells rushed for 3 second half touchdowns. The victory moves OSU one game closer to another Big Ten Championship and a possible trip to the BCS National Championship game. The Buckeyes won their 20th straight Big Ten game which sets a new record for the conference. It also leaves them 3 victories shy of 800 all-time.
Behind a wall of blockers, Todd Boeckman (17) opens the game going 8 of 9 passing and an opening drive TD toss
Vernon Gholston (50) had yet another strong performance including 4 sacks on the day
Wisconsin's Coach Bielema gave the Buckeye fans a show jumping up and down on the sidelines like a little boy
Boeckman (17) added to his Quarterback stats, where he started the day ranked third in the nation
At halftime, OSU retired the number of Bill Willis (99) who was on the 1942 National Championship team
TBDBITL had another great halftime show, one which rivals the classic they performed in last years UM game (photos)
Fullbacks Tyler Whaley (42) and Trevor Robinson (16) have been leading the way for OSU's rushing game this season
AJ Trapasso (15) was named to the Ray Guy semifinalist list and added 5 punts today for a 41 yard average
James Laurinaitis (33) has 19 tackles to lead the defense
True Freshman Brian Rolle (36) has been making great plays on special teams this year