The first half of Saturday’s huge game between Wisconsin and Ohio State was all Buckeyes, all the time. Then, the Badgers came alive to start the second half with a couple of plays that put them right back into the game.
Wisconsin’s defense forced a three-and-out on Ohio State’s first offensive possession of the second half. Then, the Badgers blocked the punt, getting the ball in scoring range.
Three plays later, Jack Coan threw an absolutely perfect pass to A.J. Taylor in between two defenders, and Taylor rumbled into the end zone for the touchdown.
This incredible swing pulled Wisconsin to within just three points of the mighty Buckeyes, and all of a sudden the outcome of this game was very much in question.