The Wisconsin Badgers have Montee Ball, the Michigan State Spartans have Le'Veon Bell.
After the Spartans took the ensuing kickoff 39 yards to their own 41 yard line, they needed just six plays to answer the Badgers' quick strike and knot up the Big Ten Championship game, 7-7.
Bell got the Spartans offense rolling like Ball did for the Badgers, taking his first carry 26 yards into Wisconsin territory. After a 13 yard pass from Kirk Cousins to his second favorite receiver Keshawn Martin on the next play, the Spartans scored four run plays later on an Edwin Baker eight yard run to the right side of the end zone.
Bell ran three times for 35 yards on the scoring possession. Baker ran twice for 11 yards. Cousins was 1-for-1 for 13 yards.
We're just over half way through the first quarter and both offenses have scored with ease. Saddle up, partners.