NCAA Football Recap Week 7, Ohio State vs Wisconsin, Buckeyes Win 30-23, Saturday, October 15, 2016

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6-0, 1st in Big Ten – East October 15, 8:00 PM | Turf of Camp Randall Stadium 4-2, 4th in Big Ten – West
When: 8:00 PM ET, Saturday, October 15, 2016
Where: Camp Randall Stadium, Madison, Wisconsin
Ohio State(2) at Wisconsin(10), Boxscore
Final OT 1 2 3 4 OT T
OSU 3 3 7 10 7 30
WIS 10 6 0 7 0 23
Rotation /Team /Time Opening Lines
10/15 8:00 PM
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196wisconsin-badgersWisconsin

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL – Saturday, October 15th, Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Wisconsin Badgers.

Team / Live in game Betting at bovada-logo-top-book Spread MoneyLine Total
ohio-state-buckeyesOhio State Buckeyes -10.5 -110 -420 44.5 -110
wisconsin-badgersWisconsin Badgers +10.5 -110 +340 44.5 -110
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The Buckeyes were Week 7 winners on Saturday, coming out on top of the Badgers by a score of 30-23 at Camp Randall Stadium.

Ohio State won on the scoreboard, but lost at the pay window as they failed to cover the -10.5-point spread. The game went OVER the consensus closing total of 46.5.

J.T. Barrett rushed for 92 yards, while Mike Weber added 46 yards in the win. Curtis Samuel and Noah Brown added 58 and 48 receiving yards respectively.

Corey Clement rushed for 164 yards for Wisconsin, while Jazz Peavy added 70 yards. Alex Hornibrook threw for 214 yards for the Badgers, while receivers Troy Fumagalli and Jazz Peavy had 84 and 76 yards respectively.

Ohio State was outgained by Wisconsin 450-411 yards in Saturday’s match, while the important battle of first downs was won 23-22 by the Buckeyes.

Wisconsin led the time of possession tally, as the game finished as a 32:09-27:51 split in that important category.

Ohio State looks to continue their winning ways next game with a battle against Penn State. Wisconsin will aim to get back on the winning track at Iowa.

MADISON, Wis. — Sophomore Noah Brown caught a touchdown pass in overtime and No. 2 Ohio State held off No. 8 Wisconsin for a 30-23 victory on Saturday night at Camp Randall Stadium.

Buckeyes junior defensive end Tyquan Lewis sacked Wisconsin quarterback Alex Hornibrook for an 11-yard loss to end the game on the Badgers’ overtime possession after Ohio State scored.

Brown caught a 7-yard pass in the corner of the end zone against one-on-one coverage as the Buckeyes (6-0, 3-0 Big Ten) rallied to overcome a woeful first half.

Junior quarterback J.T. Barrett rushed for two second-half touchdowns to sway momentum the Buckeyes way.

Barrett rumbled into the end zone for a 1-yard touchdown with 2:55 left in the third quarter to pull Ohio State within 16-13 as its offensive line picked up steam. The Buckeyes had two fourth-down conversions and a third-down conversion during the 13-play scoring drive.

Barrett then bolted 8 yards for a touchdown with 14:09 left to give the Buckeyes its first lead of the game at 20-16.

Wisconsin (4-2, 1-2) regained the lead with 7:54 left. Senior running back Corey Clement and Austin Ramesh combined for 37 yards and Ramesh capped the drive with a 4-yard run that made it 23-20.

Barrett now has 17 touchdowns this season. He also reached 88 touchdowns in his career, which ties Braxton Miller for the most touchdowns in program history.

Barrett completed 17 of 29 passes for 226 yards and one interception. He also led the Buckeyes with 92 rushing yards.

Junior wide receiver Jazz Peavy scored one touchdown and senior kicker Andrew Endicott kicked three field goals for Wisconsin in the first half.

Hornibrook stood down six Ohio State pass rushers to connect with Peavy on a 24-yard TD pass to push the Badgers’ lead to 10-0 with 6:17 to go in the first quarter.

Clement was the catalyst on that scoring drive. Clement rumbled 68 yards to the Ohio State 27-yard line but fumbled on a tackle by linebacker Chris Worley. Officials overturned the fumble after a review that determined not only did Worley step out of bounds, but the ball also touched Clement’s foot out of bounds.

That 68-yard run was Wisconsin’s longest play from scrimmage since the 2014 season.

Clement had 12 carries for 110 yards in the first half and finished with 164 yards on 25 attempts. The first-half total was more rushing yards than Clement posted overall in games against LSU, Michigan State and Michigan.

Junior tight end Troy Fumagalli had five catches for 82 yards in the first half for the Badgers.

Wisconsin posted 170 rushing yards in the first half against the Buckeyes, who entered the game ranked ninth nationally, allowing 97.8 yards per game.

Ohio State senior kicker Tyler Durbin put the Buckeyes on the scoreboard in the first half with field goals of 40 and 46 yards. Durbin’s 40-yarder pulled the Buckeyes closer at 10-6 with 8:42 remaining in the second quarter.

Barrett completed 6 of 14 passes for 81 yards and rushed for a team-leading 52. Barrett passed for a season-low 93 yards last week in Ohio State’s 38-17 win over Indiana.

Endicott kicked a 22-yard field to increase Wisconsin’s lead to 16-6 with 14 seconds remaining in the first half.

NOTES: Wisconsin faced four ranked teams in its first six games this season. … The Buckeyes have won eight of the last nine games against the Badgers. The most recent was a 59-0 win for Ohio State in the 2014 Big Ten championship game. … The last time Wisconsin beat Ohio State was in 2010 in Madison, when the Badgers upended the No. 1 Buckeyes 21-18. …. Wisconsin has an 8-2 record after a bye week dating to 2009.

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