Ohio State’s despicable postseason ban can’t keep the 2012 Buckeyes from achieving the elusive perfect season. At 10-0, Urban Meyer, in his first season as head honcho in Columbus, is two wins away from achieving legendary status in his home state.
After two months of domination on the gridiron, only Big Ten foes Wisconsin and Michigan stand in the way of Ohio State’s first perfect season since 2002.
Here, we break down how the Buckeyes match up with their final two potential roadblocks: the Badgers and Wolverines.
The Badgers have played well at home this season, going 5-1. But if there is good news for the Buckeyes, it’s that Wisconsin dropped its most recent home game to Michigan State in overtime.
Still, Ohio State will have to contain the Badgers’ 17th-ranked rushing attack in Week 12. Wisconsin’s ground attack is led by senior Montee Ball, who has rushed for more than 1,200 yards and 16 touchdowns in 10 games this fall.
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