Wisconsin vs Ohio State

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Written By Sristi Dumre

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On Saturday night, No. 3 Ohio State (3-0) and No. 2 Wisconsin (2-1) will square off as Big Ten rivals. Both clubs enter this game with dynamic, powerful offenses. In terms of scoring, Ohio State is third in the Big Ten (47.7 ppg), while Wisconsin is sixth (39.3). In two games, Ohio State has scored 45 or more. Wisconsin has also lost two of its three games by a score of 38 points or more.

At 7:30 p.m. ET, Ohio Stadium will kick off the game. In the most recent Ohio State vs. Wisconsin odds from Caesars Sportsbook, the Buckeyes are listed at -19, while the total points are set at 56.5. Check out SportsLine’s college football picks and betting guidance before settling on any Wisconsin vs. Ohio State wagers.

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Ohio State’s ability to cover
The Buckeyes have a number of outstanding backs. The ground attack is enhanced in a different way by each running back. This team ranks sixth in the Big Ten with 207 running yards per game on average. Miyan Williams, a junior running back, is a strong tailback who keeps his feet close to the ground. Williams may bulldoze through opponents by running aggressively. The Ohio native leads the club in carries with 32 for 207 yards and an average of 6.5 yards. He concluded the previous week with 10 carries for 77 yards.

TreVeyon Henderson, a sophomore running back, combines great speed with good vision and patience. Henderson moves to avoid defenders and exhibits good contact balance. The native of Virginia leads the club in rushing touchdowns while ranking second on the team in carries (29) and yards (197). (3). He had 10 carries for 87 yards and two scores in Week 2.

Wisconsin’s ability to cover
The Badgers’ defense is strong on all fronts. The Badgers have been difficult for opponents to move the ball against, and Wisconsin hopes to continue that trend in this contest. They are ranked fifth in the Big Ten for passing yards, third for running yards (76), and fourth for total yards allowed (246). (170). Maema Njongmeta, a junior linebacker, is an instinctive defender who constantly keeps an eye on the ball.

Njongmeta flies from sideline to sideline and is a strong run defender. The native of Illinois leads the squad with 19 total tackles, including 12 solo. Safety John Torchio gets his hands on the ball and displays excellent coverage awareness. Both in the pass and run games, Torchio makes plays. His eleven total stops rank second on the team and include a 100-yard interception return for a score.

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