CFB Odds – Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Wisconsin Badgers – Big Ten Championship

CFB Odds – Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Wisconsin Badgers

When Ryan Day assumed full time duties as the new Ohio State Buckeyes head coach there were of course questions about how he would compare to the man he replaced; his former boss Urban Meyer. Those questions have now been answered with resounding success. Ohio State is actually a better team and value with the CFB Odds now that Meyer and his drama queen antics are long gone. Ohio State enters the Big Ten Championship Game undefeated. One of those wins was on October 26 in a devesting 38-7 payout over the Wisconsin Badgers. Brutus Buckeye and Bucky Badger will have a rematch for the Big Ten title on Saturday night.

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Ohio State Buckeyes Vs. Wisconsin Badgers – Big Ten Championship
Date and Time: Saturday, December 7, 2019, 8 p.m. ET
Location: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana
Big Ten Championship NCAA Football Betting Odds at Bookmaker.eu: Wisconsin +17.5, Ohio State -17.5
Ohio State Vs. Wisconsin TV Coverage: FOX

Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Wisconsin Badgers Odds Analysis

Based on their performance this year and the previous 2019 result between these two teams Ohio State figures to get plenty of support with the CFB odds. Wisconsin may pick up some action from bargain hunters expecting a better showing in the rematch.

Ohio State vs. Wisconsin – Big Ten Championship Overview

Wisconsin is 10-2 straight up, 7-5 against the spread and 6-6 on totals. Last week the Badgers won the Big Ten West Division title with a 38-17 mauling of Minnesota as 3-point road favorites. Wisky ranks 17th in the nation for scoring offense and ninth for points allowed.

Ohio State is 12-0 straight up, 9-3 against the spread and 6-5-1 over the total. Last week the Buckeyes humiliated Michigan yet again 56-27 as 9-point road chalks. OSU ranks first in the nation for scoring offense and fourth for points allowed.

Key Buckeyes: QB Justin Fields (2654 YDS, 68.2% COMP, 9.6 AVG, 37 TD, 1 INT, 22 SACKS, 192.1 RTG), RB JK Dobbins (250 ATT, 1657 YDS, 6.6 AVG, 19 TD), WR Chris Olave (41 REC, 705 YDS, 17.2 AVG, 11 TD), PK Blake Haubeil (79-79 XP, 8-10 FG, 103 PTS), DE Chase Young (38 TACKLES, 16.5 SACKS)

Key Badgers: QB Jack Coan (2309 YDS, 72.3% COMP, 8.5 AVG, 17 TD, 4 INT, 17 SACKS, 161.6 RTG), RB Jonathan Taylor (279 ATT, 1761 YDS, 6.3 AVG, 20 TD), WR Quintez Cephus (45 REC, 720 YDS, 16.0 AVG, 6 TD), LB Chris Orr (71 TACKLES, 11.5 SACKS), LB Zack Baun (62 TACKLES, 11.5 SACKS, 1 INT, 1 TD)

Ohio State Vs. Wisconsin ATS Stats

The Buckeyes are:

4-2 against the spread in their last six away games
4-1 over the total on the road
8-2 on the board in their last 10 Big Ten games
3-4 under the total vs. Big Ten Conference opponents

The Badgers are:

4-5 against the spread in their last 9 away games
3-5 under the total on the road
2-9 vs. the odds in their last 11 head to head meetings with Ohio State
2-4 under the total vs. the Buckeyes
6-11 on the board vs. Big Ten teams
6-8 under the total vs. the Big Ten

Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Wisconsin Badgers College Football Free Pick

Wisconsin has opened up the playbook down the stretch with a more dynamic and diversified offense. However, it’s likely not going to matter. Day’s Buckeyes are vastly improved on defense this season and have the much more dynamic offense. Furthermore, the Badgers can’t come close to matching Ohio State’s speed. OSU has dominated this head to head series on the board with that great speed edge.

Ohio State vs. Wisconsin CFB Pick: Ohio State Buckeyes
Ohio State Vs. Wisconsin CFB Score Prediction: Ohio State 38, Wisconsin 17

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