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For the second time in two years, Urban Meyer's Ohio State Buckeyes won a game in overtime with a walk-off sack.
In 2014, the Buckeyes prevailed in Happy Valley against Penn State thanks to a Joey Bosa finisher.
Saturday night, his young team overcame a 16-6 halftime deficit to force overtime against No. 8 Wisconsin on the road before icing the game with, what else, another walk-off sack.
Facing a 4th-and-goal from the four and needing a touchdown to tie things up, Wisconsin quarterback Alex Hornibrook dropped back to pass. The Silver Bullets took it from there.
Tyquan Lewis got the credit for the game-clinching sack, but it was a team effort with the left side of Ohio State's defensive front collapsing the right side of the Badger offensive line. Joining Lewis were Jalyn Holmes, Sam Hubbard and Nick Bosa.
ESPN's coverage of the play is above. Here it is from the end zone via our own Kyle Jones:
And here's the final play as seen from the sideline, courtesy of our own Eric Seger: