By Jim Baird | AM Football Briefing | Sunday, October 16

BUCKEYES DOWN BADGERS BEHIND BARRETT: A week after registering 93 yards through the air against Indiana, JT Barrett had different plans Saturday night. Down 10 at halftime, Barrett led a furious comeback, accounting for three second half touchdowns to lift the Buckeyes in overtime 30-23. Barrett passed for 226 yards and was Ohio State’s leading rusher with 92 yards. Ohio State’s 30 points were the most the Badgers have surrendered all season (That School Up North scored only 14 against Wisconsin). After the game, Urban praised JT’s leadership: “Offensively JT Barrett was outstanding…He’s one of the toughest cats I’ve ever been around. I know who I want behind center in those kinds of environments is JT Barrett.”

HEADLINES: AP: Sack ends tight Ohio State-Wisconsin showdownESPN: Ohio State stays on playoff path with gutty comeback winSports Illustrated: J.T. Barrett, Ohio State keep playoff path intact with OT win over WisconsinSporting News: No. 2 Ohio State seizes the night, remains perfect after rallying past No. 8 WisconsinFOX Sports: Ohio State showed exactly why it can win the national title in win over WisconsinColumbus Dispatch: Barrett-Brown a winning combinationPlain Dealer: No. 2 Ohio State football rallies to beat No. 8 Wisconsin 30-23 in overtimeToledo Blade: Buckeyes outlast Badgers in overtime winEleven Warriors: Ohio State Shows Resolve, Comes Together to Escape Wisconsin 30-23 in Overtime

AROUND THE B1G: No. 10 Nebraska hangs on for 27-22 victory at IndianaFoster scores twice, Mosely returns pick in Illinois winSmith runs for 2 TDs as Minnesota beats Maryland 31-10Wadley rushes for 170 yards and Iowa tops Purdue 49-35Northwestern rolls past Michigan State 54-40

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2) Wisconsin poked holes in Ohio State’s defense, here’s how the Buckeyes plan to fix them, Bill Landis, Plain Dealer – October 16
3) In the end, defense delivers, Tim May, Columbus Dispatch – October 16

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