Discussion in 'Ohio State Buckeyes' started by Sgt Brutus, Oct 14, 2016.
Camp Randall at night
Ohio State vs. Wisconsin - Game Summary - October 15, 2016 - ESPN
I think we have a major advantage when comparing the offenses. Not sure how the weather will factor in. I expect it to be a close game.
Probably going to be a close game but I could see Ohio State winning by 21. JT has to be much more accurate on his throws and take advantage of what is probably the only weakness for the Badgers, their secondary. Would love to see Noah Brown have another big game. As long as the passing game does well enough, the running game will come along.
On the defensive side of the ball Ohio State just have to play disciplined, don't bite on the play action and shoot the gaps. I expect it will be difficult for the Badgers to move the ball on us
Camp Randall is a very tough place to play in for a night game. Honestly I can see a tough traditional B1G game in this matchup. I see a ton of running and less passing in this game. I see a low scoring a tight score with the Buckeyes winning 20-13.
I had no confidence at halftime, but they hung in there and made the plays to get a win in a tough road enviroment. A lot of respect for that Wisconsin team that we may see again.
Damn it. I hate games like that
Going to need more booze and a J after that one
I know people were ripping on JT Barrett and he did make a few awful throws. But the dude displayed some nice poise in the second half and put together some crucial drives that eventually led to the win. Clear leader on that team for you guys.
I will admit that I have been critical on JT since the Okie game. I will say he still needs to improve on his passing and getting rid of the ball quicker at times. That being said, he is still our best leader on the team. The offense flows through him and Curtis Samuel is our best playmaker. Now we can make a big statement on next Saturday in another hostile environment at State College at night. I expect another tough game, but we win much easierat PSU.
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