Hyde finished with two touchdowns and 87 rushing yards as the Buckeyes (11-0, 7-0 Big Ten) claimed the Leaders Division crown.
Braxton Miller passed for 97 yards and gained 48 on the ground for Ohio State, which can't play in the Big Ten Championship game due to NCAA sanctions.
The Badgers (7-4, 4-3), meanwhile, are set to appear in the contest despite the loss due to the ineligibility of both Ohio State and Penn State.
Wisconsin's Montee Ball ran for 191 yards on 39 carries and scored his 78th career rushing touchdown, tying him with Miami-Ohio's Travis Prentice for the most in NCAA history.
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