Ohio State Football
October 17, 2010 by staff
For the second consecutive week, there will be a new number one in college football, the Buckeyes (6-1, 2-1 Big Ten), ranked in a similar manner to the way in Alabama, was beaten last week – on the road and at the conference.
Wisconsin had not beaten a No. 1 since 1981, when the Badgers knocked off Michigan, 21 to 14 at Camp Randall.
The Badgers (6-1, 2-1) rolled over the Buckeyes to take a 21-3 lead after the break running powerful Clay and the return of 97 yards to David Gilreath for a touchdown on the kickoff .
Terrelle Pryor led Ohio State on two long trips scoring in the second half and Dan Herron covered them both with annotations to cut the lead to 21-18 with 11:38 to Wisconsin remaining in the fourth.
But Wisconsin answered and No. 1 is in play again.
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