jerome baker in on the play, it's a 10-yard game. that will make it third down and three. is it for down territory? >> joel: inside of 4 minutes i think it is. >> gus: third and three. groshek lines up with hornibrook. over the middle, incomplete. fumagalli the intended receiver, that brings up 4th & 3. wisconsin will punted away. >> joel: the way that ohio state has drained the clock, i think it might have been time to put the game on the line right there. i don't know if wisconsin will get the ball back. >> gus: k.j. hill deep at the 22. they get it away, a wobbly kick. takes a wisconsin bounce and finally goes out-of-bounds close to the 10-yard line. a 52-yard punt for lotti. jim leonard encourages his defense. >> joel: that because of the trust in his defense. i know he has had some lengthier drives. short yardage, now the game is in their hands. wisconsin has got to stop him here and get that ball back to their offense. >> gus: this is a huge play for the wisconsin defense. >> joel: it becomes the entire key in this set of downs. >> gus: dobbins. that is a 4-yard gain
gary baker from cfa, great to have you. a reminder, the parent company of bloomberg news also provides mifid ii-related solutions. coming up, our u.s. regulations tough enough? jerome powell was asked that during his first confirmation hearing in front of the senate. we will take a look at what wall street should expect, next. this is bloomberg. ♪ nejra: this is "bloomberg markets: rules & returns." i'm nejra cehic. let's turn to the u.s. jerome powell was quizzed by senators in his first confirmation hearing as nominee for chair of the federal reserve. he was asked by elizabeth warren what changes he would make to dodd-frank and other regulation for taking on the role. >> we can make a more transparent, more efficient, that sort of thing. other things we can do, more tailoring, and that is what we are involved in right now. as i said, the financial system is quite strong. tailoring is one of our most fundamental principles. we want it to be transparent and we want to err on the side of caution. that, itistent with doesn'
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