In the prime-time game, Ohio State traveled to Madison for a very important game against a No.8 ranked Wisconsin.
After shaking off an interception in the end zone on the first drive of the second half, Barrett took advantage of a short field and found paydirt for the Buckeyes' first touchdown of the game, pulling the deficit to 16-13.
Ohio State (6-0) now regroups for a road matchup with Penn State (3-2) next Saturday in State College. Peavy finished with 70 yards on six carries, and 76 yards receiving on four catches, including a 24-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter that gave Wisconsin a 10-0 lead.
Wisconsin wide receive Jazz Peavy catches a touchdown pass against Ohio State during the first half on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016. Ohio State got 220 rushing yards and two scores from Ezekiel Elliott and 257 passing yards and three scores from Cardale Jones in the 59-0 victory. Wisconsin then put another three on the board thanks to a strong two-minute drill before the end of the half, securing a 16-6 lead at intermission.
Walk-on kicker Tyler Durbin went 3 for 3, including a game-tying field goal under pressure late in the fourth quarter to remain ideal at 8 for 8 this season.
So while Wisconsin is no doubt upset over these last two losses, this is a team that still has plenty left to play for this year. "They have a great defense, and like coach said, they have good players over there". "That's a top fiver right there".
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CLEMENT TIME?: Senior running back Corey Clement is Wisconsin's best breakaway threat, though he's waiting for his breakout game this year.
The difference could come with the Badger offense, which will have to score points.
"I had to do my part and just allow myself to be patient and allow the holes to open up", Clement said. The scarlet and gray have so many playmakers all over the field on both sides of the ball that the opposition has a hard time keeping up. It wasn't the prettiest victory, but the Buckeyes showed one thing beyond a reasonable doubt: They have both championship-caliber talent and championship-caliber heart. "I knew at some point he was going to go win the game for us", Meyer told ABC.
"We have a lot to improve on, we had a lot of missed opportunities, a lot of details that we kind of let slip away", junior linebacker Jack Cichy said after the game. He was responsible for all of Ohio State's scoring in the second half and overtime period outside of one Tyler Durbin 31-yard field goal in the fourth quarter to tie the game. Clement, who hadn't had a 100-yard rushing game since the second week of the season, crossed the 100-yard mark with 8:43 left in the second quarter. Completed field goals by Endicott would became a common occurrence. Cornerback Gareon Conley almost intercepted Hornibrook twice on the night, but a one-handed snag in the fourth quarter was overturned upon official review. While the Badgers got to the 4-yard line on the ensuing drive, a Tyquan Lewis sack on fourth down sealed the win for Ohio State.
After UW's ground game went into a quarter's worth of hibernation after halftime and Ohio State rallied to take a 20-16 lead, the Badgers went back to their old-school roots during a smashmouth drive that helped them retake the lead.
The passing game problems that Ohio State had when it got only 91 yards in the air in a 38-17 win over in last week carried over into another week in the first half.