The Buckeyes just can not seem to block the Badgers.
"Seem to" are the operative words there. Fields usually has time to get rid of the ball and hangs in the pocket far too long too often. I can't see the whole field but it sure seems like Day is almost always looking to push the ball downfield and there aren't enough shorter routes that allow the ball to be out quicker. Our TEs could be utilized in the short passing game a lot more than they are. Many of the throws to the TEs I have seen have come off scrambles from Fields, not a play where they are the primary or even secondary read.
Fields did not look like he wanted to run the ball at all. I assume he is hurting or Day does not want him to run. He could have walked into the end zone on a ball he gave to Dobbins near the goal line on the drive following the mishandled punt. Instead they commit a penalty and wind up kicking a FG.