End of OT
- NEB 305
- 337 WIS
- NEB 2
- 2 WIS
- NEB 16
- 16 WIS
- Madison, WI 53711
- Line: WIS -9.5
- Over/Under: 44
Wisconsin ends Nebraska's undefeated run
Wisconsin hands Nebraska first loss of season with OT win
Wisconsin knocks down Nebraska's last gasp chance for win
A. Endicott PAT MISSED
D. Ogunbowale run for 11 yds for a TD
Bradrick Shaw 21 Yd Run (Andrew Endicott Kick)
2 plays, 51 yards, 0:43
Devine Ozigbo 1 Yd Run (Drew Brown Kick)
6 plays, 42 yards, 2:12
Andrew Endicott 44 Yd Field Goal
7 plays, 25 yards, 3:18
Robert Wheelwright 9 Yd pass from Alex Hornibrook (Andrew Endicott Kick)
13 plays, 73 yards, 6:43
Tommy Armstrong Jr. 2 Yd Run (Drew Brown Kick)
14 plays, 75 yards, 5:58
Drew Brown 35 Yd Field Goal
11 plays, 52 yards, 5:53
Dare Ogunbowale 11 Yd Run (Andrew Endicott PAT failed)
4 plays, 25 yards
Ohio State will have no shortage of experienced veterans returning from a team that exceeded many expectations last season.
With star WRs Mike Williams and Artavis Scott gone, Ray-Ray McCloud has taken on a leadership role and is aiming to be the nation's top return man.
Sophomore Nick Brossette will vie for expanded playing time now that Leonard Fournette is no longer manning the LSU backfield.
While looking hard at Maryland, Alabama and a few Pac-12 programs will get spring visits from the defensive end.
High-profile transfers join their new teams with expectations already attached, but they don't always pan out. These are the players with the best chance to make an impact right away.
After just missing out on a playoff spot last year, USC and Penn state are among the teams looking to take the next step this year. Also in the mix? The Big 12 and Jim Harbaugh.