As usual, friend of tBBC Josh Winslow was in The Horseshoe Saturday night to bring us some outstanding photos of the game. Here are some of our favorites, and make sure to check out the rest at his site.
It was a big night for recruiting, and Canton GlenOak RB Brionte Dunn was one of many recruits in attendance.
Click here for many more pictures from the game.
It was also homecoming for Ohio State, and in addition to the festivities, many Buckeye alumni were in attendance.
Boom Herron is a true Buckeye despite his mistakes. He was named a captain for this game and you can tell it meant a lot to him.
John Simon proved once again that he is one of the most disruptive defenders in the country.
The Buckeyes controlled the line of scrimmage all night long on both sides of the ball.
Have we mentioned it was a big recruiting night. Adolphus Washington was also in attendance along with his teammate Dwayne Stanford and many others.
Josh did an outstanding job catching many of the recruits at the game. Check out the rest of his gallery to see them all, or go to the player’s BuckeyePlanet thread via our Recruiting Big Board (2012, 2013) if you’re not so good at recognizing faces.
Eddie George was honored at halftime for his induction into the College Football Hall of Fame.
Boom Herron gave the Buckeye's offense momentum early and often in the second half.
Ryan Shazier's blocked punt was perhaps the play of the game (or at least the first 59 minutes 30 seconds of it).
The defense stuffed the vaunted Badger ground game all night long (despite the constant holding, which Wisconsin's offensive line are professionals at).
Braxton Miller in the open field, Big Ten defensive coordinators just collectively shuddered in horror.
Witness history about to be made.
True freshman to true freshman for the game winner, the future is bright.
Let the party begin in Columbus.
Remember to check out Josh’s entire gallery, and stay tuned to tBBC for more thoughts on this victory and the rest of the season as the Buckeyes prepare for the Indiana Hoosiers this week.