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Henderson, Harrison Lead Unbeaten Ohio State To 24-10 Win Against Wisconsin


TreyVeon Henderson ran for 162 yards, caught two touchdown passes from Marvin Harrison Jr. in their first game back after more than a month, and No. 3 Ohio State defeated Wisconsin 24-10 to maintain their undefeated record.

Leg injuries kept Wisconsin (5-3, 3-2 Big Ten)’s star running back Braelon Allen and wide receiver Chimere Dike out of the second half of play. On the next-to-last play of the second quarter, Allen, who had run for 50 yards on 10 carries, was wounded while attempting to score on a third-and-goal reception from the 1.

With 7:14 remaining in the third quarter, Harrison broke the tie with a 19-yard touchdown reception in the right corner of the end zone, after Ohio State (8-0, 5-0) had blown an early 10-0 lead. In the second quarter, Harrison also converted a short cross into a 16-yard score.

Harrison ended up with 123 yards and six grabs. This occurred just one week after he caught 11 receptions for 162 yards and a touchdown—a career-high—in a 20–12 victory over then-No. 10 Penn State, which was ranked sixth.

“I believe he’s the best football player in the country,” Ohio State coach Ryan Day said.

With 5:15 remaining, Henderson broke a tackle downfield, ran through a large hole on the left, and scored a 33-yard touchdown run to win the game. Henderson had missed three games due to an undisclosed injury, but he was making his playing debut since a Sept. 23 triumph at Notre Dame.

“You can see the difference he makes when he’s out there – the explosiveness, the speed,” Day said.

For the tenth time in a row, Ohio State defeated Wisconsin despite safety Lathan Ransom being taken to the locker room with an injury in the second half. After the game, Day didn’t have any updates regarding Ransom’s injuries.

The first score from Harrison put Ohio State ahead 10-0. Early in the third quarter, Braedyn Locke’s 13-yard touchdown pass to Will Pauling knotted the score for Wisconsin. However, Ohio State took the lead for good on their next play. Locke’s second professional start saw him go 18 of 39 for 165 yards.

Kyle McCord of Ohio State completed 17 of 26 throws for 226 yards, but he also threw two interceptions in addition to his two touchdown touchdowns to Harrison. Since Ohio State’s season opener, McCord hadn’t been taken advantage of.

During the opening series of the game, McCord also fumbled a fourth-and-three conversion try from the Wisconsin 33.

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