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Big Ten Championship Preview: Ohio State and Wisconsin

 

 

OHIO STATE PRESS CONFERENCE AUDIO:

Jordan Fuller OSU DB Preview the Big Ten Championship Game 12 2019

Josh Myers OSU OC Previewing the 2019 Big Ten Championship Game 12 2019

No. 13 Wisconsin vs. No. 2 Ohio State • Saturday, Dec. 7 • When: 8 p.m. • Where: Lucas Oil Stadium; Indianapolis, Ind. • TV: FOX • Play by Play: Gus Johnson • Analyst: Joel Klatt • Sidelines: Jenny Taft

Big Ten East Division Champion Ohio State, 12-0 on the season and winners of 18 straight games dating back to last season, will look to win its 38th Big Ten Conference title when it meets West Division Champion Wisconsin (10-2) on Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

The Buckeyes completed an undefeated regular season last Saturday with its eighth straight victory over Michigan. Ohio State is powered the nation’s No. 1 scoring offense (49.9 points/game) and No. 4 scoring defense (11.8 points/game).

The game features two of the best running backs in the country, as Wisconsin’s Jonathan Taylor is second nationally in rushing yards (1,761) while Ohio State’s J.K. Dobbins is fourth (1,657).

GAME NOTES

• J.K. Dobbins has 19 rushing touchdowns this year, seventh most in single-season history. He needs seven more to surpass Pete Johnson’s record of 25 in 1975.

• Over the last 11 meetings, six games have been decided by seven points or less, including one overtime game

• Ohio State is the first team to qualify for three consecutive Big Ten title games.

• Over the last eight seasons (2012-present), Ohio State owns a 44-6 record in “road” games (true road and neutral site games).

• J.K. Dobbins, despite just 71 second half carries all season and four games with zero second half carries, is No. 4 nationally with 138.1 yards per game and No. 4 in rushing yards with 1,657.

 

GAME PREVIEW WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF OSU ATHLETICS

 

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