Buckeye B-@-tle Cry: Ohio State Fans Tweeted Through Their Anxiety and Eventually Celebrated the Big Ten Title Win over Wisconsin

By David Regimbal on December 9, 2019 at 12:30 pm
Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields

Every week, Eleven Warriors dives into the mentions of Ohio State's coaches and players to bring you the #HotTakes and ramblings of Buckeye Nation. This week, we were a ball of nerves that exploded into a celebration in the second half of the Big Ten title clinching win over Wisconsin.

Ohio State didn't make it easy, but it clinched its third consecutive Big Ten title with a 34-21 win over Wisconsin in Indianapolis Saturday night.

Badgers quarterback Jack Coan and running back Jonathan Taylor were brilliant in the first half, piling up nearly 300 yards of total offense before the break to build a surprising 21-7 lead.

But the Buckeyes adjusted in the second half. Justin Fields got the protection he needed to carve up the Wisconsin secondary and Dobbins hammered away on the ground. The defense contained what the Badgers wanted to do through the air and closed the holes Taylor ran through in the first half.

Ohio State scored 27 unanswered points to secure a 34-21 win.

Before we look forward to Ohio State's titanic showdown with Clemson in the College Football Playoff, let's put a bow on the Buckeyes 13-0 run through their schedule by looking at the mentions from the Big Ten title win.

@ Ryan Day

He unfortunately didn't see this tweet until halftime. Get your tweets in earlier, people.


This is a level-headed response.

This is not a level-headed response.

Imagine having the opinion, Justin Fields is not the Ohio State quarterback capable of erasing this deficit.

Trailing 14-0 and just forced to punt after a three-and-out, Day called one of the riskiest fakes I've ever seen.

Ahhh, tweets that don't age well.

For future reference, Eleven Warriors readers, if you tag a Buckeye coach or player with a gif from The Office or Parks and Rec, you're gonna wind up in this article.

Hey I love the Browns more than almost anything, but they can keep their dirty little paws of Day.

@ Justin Fields

Fields was definitely geared up at the beginning of the game.

It was a tough first half for the team as a whole, but Fields led them back after the break.

Joe Burrow, as well.

@ J.K. Dobbins

Lol Dobbanance.

I need to take a break from your regularly scheduled programming to highlight some truly special work. Last week, Dobbins put the final nail in Michigan's coffin by dunking all over Jim Harbaugh's team. I suggested someone with video editing $killz to put together a highlight video with Froggy Fresh's "Dunked on" song overlaid.

Well, @OfficialRMorris came through.

Thank you sir, for your heroism. Now, back to Saturday.

See y'all in Glendale. Clemson's up next.

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