Posted by ESPN.com's Adam Rittenberg
MADISON, Wis. -- The place is shaking, the game is tied and this one will be decided in the final 15 minutes.
Ohio State players are jumping around with the Wisconsin students.
If you like defense, you liked the third quarter. Neither team could get much going on offense, and there are some questions for both sides. Running back Chris "Beanie" Wells had a 54-yard gain on Ohio State's first play of the second half but didn't touch the ball much more.
Wisconsin had some success with reserve running back John Clay in the first half but didn't use him in the third quarter. The Badgers had only 27 total yards in the quarter.
The only score came on a Ryan Pretorius field goal after Ohio State stalled inside the Badgers' 10-yard line.
Buckeyes freshman quarterback Terrelle Pryor still looks a bit hesitant on some throws, and he doesn't throw the ball away when he needs to. But the freshman has limited mistakes and has the capability of breaking a long run at any time.