Wisconsin's overpowering rushing offense, led by senior Montee Ball, is set to collide with an Ohio State rush defense that's second in the Big Ten in a high-impact fashion.
Braxton Miller has fast feet, which is great for his running game but not necessarily for his passing prowess.
Ohio State proved at Michigan State that it has the ability to change gears from its uptempo, no-huddle offense down to a possession-based, clock-killing style when necessary.
Defenses are loading up to stop Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback Braxton Miller to keep him from running the ball and daring him to throw. Ohio State might become more aggressive in its passing game in response.