Quarterback J.T. Barrett's assault on the Ohio State record books continued Saturday night, as the redshirt junior set a new school record for career touchdowns accounted for with his third score against Wisconsin with an overtime touchdown pass to Noah Brown.
His 89th career touchdown pushes him past former quarterback and wide receiver Braxton Miller for the top spot.
Tied 23-23 in the first overtime, Barrett linked up with Brown for a seven-yard touchdown pass to help Ohio State go up 30-23. It made him 17-for-29 on the night with 226 yards. He also carried 21 times for 91 yards.
Barrett already holds the record for most touchdown passes in a game (6), season (34) and career (58). This having only started 24 games as Ohio State's signal caller.
He took over for an injured Miller prior to the 2014 season, but a broken ankle against Michigan ended his chance at leading the Buckeyes to a national title. He split time early on in 2015 with Cardale Jones before earning the starting spot midway through the season.
With more than a year and a half of eligibility remaining, we're almost certain this isn't the last record-breaking performance of Barrett's career.