It what was a memorable game for Montee Ball, the Badgers came up short in OT against Ohio State, making it their 2nd home loss in a row.
Wisconsin didn’t have a problem moving the ball into Buckeye territory, it was scoring was there. Wisconsin had 7 drives that ended with only 14 points.
The Badgers are now (7-4, 4-3) and third in the Leaders Division, perhaps blowing the chances to play in the Big Ten title game. But will have a chance to play in the Rose Bowl, since Penn State and Ohio State are both ineligible.
Montee Ball finished with 191 yards and a career high 39 carries. In the 2nd quarter Ball scored his 78th TD, tying the record Travis Prentice of Miami (Ohio) set in 1999.
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Written by Jeff Heimerl
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