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Run Game Remains Focal Point For OSU, UW

Johnathan Hankins

The run game will be in the spotlight Saturday afternoon as it usually is when Ohio State and Wisconsin meet on the football field. The Buckeyes and Badgers have good rushing attacks and run-stopping defenses, making the ground game a key to the upcoming contest at Camp Randall Stadium.

It'll be the irresistible force against the immovable object Saturday afternoon at Camp Randall Stadium. Times two. Ohio State and Wisconsin will battle in Madison, and the running game will be the focal point no matter which team holds the football. The Buckeyes rank eighth nationally with 256.10 yards per game on the ground, while Wisconsin is 17th with 218.8. Both teams are also adept at...

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