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Cardale Jones Taunts Wisconsin During Ohio State's Dominant Performance

Cardale Jones celebrates scoring a rushing touchdown.

ARLINGTON, TX - JANUARY 12: Quarterback Cardale Jones #12 of the Ohio State Buckeyes celebrates after scoring a one yard touchdown in the second quarter against the Oregon Ducks during the College Football Playoff National Championship Game at AT&T Stadium on January 12, 2015 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

After a struggle for the first 30-something minutes of game action, Ohio State is having its way with Wisconsin. Led by J.K. Dobbins on offense and Chase Young on defense, the Buckeyes are rolling.

Cardale Jones knows a thing or two about blowing out Wisconsin. He was the quarterback for Ohio State in the 2014 Big Ten Championship Game when the Buckeyes topped the Badgers 59-0 to punch their ticket to the College Football Playoff.

This afternoon, Jones is just one of many OSU alums watching his former team demolish the best the Big Ten West has to offer. Jones is enjoying the beatdown so much he's trolling the Badgers on Twitter.

"4th down; passing situation. Let’s leave our TE on the best player in the country, sounds good to me," Jones tweeted after Ohio State star defensive end Chase Young ended a Wisconsin drive with a sack.

Every week, it seems we see teams in college and the NFL take too many chances leaving their tight end to block the other team's best pass rusher. It usually doesn't end well.

After today's win, Ohio State will be 8-0. The Buckeyes have a bye next week before two cupcake games against Maryland and Rutgers.

That sets the stage for a stirring finish to the season, with Penn State and Michigan in the final two weeks.