Last time Ohio State and Wisconsin met in the Big Ten title game, it got very ugly. Right now, things are looking similar.
En route to the 2014 national championship, Ohio State blanked Wisconsin 59-0 in the Big Ten Championship, led by Cardale Jones, who filled in for the injured J.T. Barrett.
Barrett is playing in Indianapolis tonight, and he is responsible for all of the touchdowns on the board tonight, for both teams. A terrible pick six gave Wisconsin its lone score, but Barrett has been dealing otherwise, throwing for two long touchdowns and punching in a short rushing score after a long J.K. Dobbins run.
Ezekiel Elliott has already chimed in, insinuating that the Badgers don’t have the athletes to hang with Ohio State. Jones is also watching, and the game reminds him of that fateful 59-0 game from a few years ago.
Well, it might not be 59-0 BUT the Bucks still might win by 59 😂
— Cardale Jones (@Cardale7_) December 3, 2017
It probably won’t get to be that bad, if only because the Badgers have a tendency to take some serious time off the clock with sustained drives, but the Buckeyes definitely look like the more talented team thus far.