Pryor Leads Ohio State to Victory

Chris Wells gained 168 yards on the ground and one touchdown and Terelle Pryor scored the game-winning touchdown on an option keeper, shocking the 80,000-plus Badger fans in attendance as Ohio State leaves Madison victorious.

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First Half First Quarter

7-0 Ohio State

6 plays, 71 yards, 3:06 TOP, 11:49 remaining

Chris Wells 33-yard run (Ryan Pretorius kick)

Key Play: Mr. Wells loves playing against the Badgers. Missed tackles and a huge running lane gave Wells an easy walk into the end zone, scoring his fourth touchdown in two games against Wisconsin.

Second Quarter


15 plays, 91 yards, 8:16 TOP, 4:35 remaining

Mickey Turner 9-yard catch from Allan Evridge (Phil Welch kick)

Key Play: After getting only three carries last week against Michigan, freshman John Clay showed why he belongs on the field. Clay had six carries for 33 yards on the drive, getting Wisconsin some hard-fought yards.

10-7 Wisconsin

5 plays, 77 yards, :52 TOP, 0:00 remaining

FG Phil Welch 20 yards

Key Play: With time of the essence, avis Beckum and hit Kyle Jefferson deep over the middle field for a 35-yard gain down to the OSU 3.

Second Half Third Quarter


10 plays, 77 yards, 5:07 TOP, 7:43 remaining FG Ryan Pretorius 21 yards

Key Play: After Wisconsin nearly recovered a bobbled punt, Chris Wells torches Shane Carter and the Badger defense for 55 yards, getting the Buckeyes down to the UW 26. GO BREWERS!

Fourth Quarter

13-10 Ohio State

10 plays, 43 yards, 4:54 TOP, 10:52 remaining FG Ryan Pretorius 34 yards

Key Play: On third and three, Terrelle Pryor did was he does best - create. Pryor escaped the pressure and hit Brandon Smith for nine yards in Wisconsin territory to move the chains and set up OSU for the field goal.

17-13 Wisconsin

10 plays, 63 yards, 4:15 TOP, 6:31 remaining P.J. Hill two-yard run (Welch kick)

Key Play: John Clay has made a huge impact on both of Wisconsin scoring drives. On this one, Clay had 36 yards and set up P.J. Hill's two-yard touchdown.

20-17 Ohio State

12 plays, 80 yards, 5:18 TOP, 1:08 remaining Terrelle Pryor 11-yard run (Pretorius kick)

Key Play: With Wisconsin scrambling around trying to get the proper play call, the Buckeyes, and Pryor, took advantage, running an option to the left corner of the end zone that counted as the winning score.

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