Wisconsin VS ohio State Week 10 game day

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  1. TeXasfight33

    TeXasfight33 Walk On

    Jan 25, 2010
    Wisconsin VS Ohio State: Wisconsin comes into the game ranked number 4 and Ohio States comes in number 2. If they winner of this game can win out they will almost certainly be in the national title game. Its going to be tough to win out though the Buckeyes play a good Tennessee and Wisconsin plays Oregon. A national title isnt certain but they winner is almost guaranteed to be in the Conference Championship game.
    Wisconsin has a bruiser of a back in John Clay. He has been running through defenses all year with 9 touchdowns and 730 yards. He is a load at 260 pounds and hes motivated. He will b the difference tonight for Wisconsin. On top of that he was 160 yards after contact and 30 broken tackles. If he can get going between the Tackles it could be a long day for the Buckeyes.
    Ohio State has maybe to most dangerous player in Terrell Pryor. He can run the ball or he can throw it. He has over 1700 yards throwing with 12 TDs and almost 500 yards rushing with 5 tds. At 6'6 240 it will be tough for anyone to take him down. IF dan Herron can get going outside the tackles OHIO state wins tonight. Hes quick and fast, hell be able to cut in between the big linemen and linebackers for Wisconsin. Look for the run game to be huge back in week 2 Arkansas ran for 200 on the badgers and beat them if ohio state can do the same theyll win.
    Im going with wisconsin, they are a completely different team than they were week 2 when they lost to the hogs. If Curt Phillips can avoid making mistakes Wisconsin will win. I think hell play great tonight as will John Clay. I think the D for Wisconsin will make a big stop to win the game.

  2. slim

    slim Walk On

    Aug 29, 2010
    Huge game. It probably won't matter either way since the Big 10 teams never show up in the BCS title game. Just kidding, good luck guys.
  3. ckamm1

    ckamm1 Walk On

    Aug 15, 2010

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