Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett became the Big Ten's all-time leader in passing touchdowns when he threw the 91st touchdown pass of his career against Penn State on Saturday, surpassing the previous record set by former Purdue quarterback Drew Brees.
Barrett achieved the milestone in the second quarter of the game, when he threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Terry McLaurin.
The Big Ten passing touchdowns record is the latest in a long line of records set this season by Barrett, who already broke Brees' record for total touchdowns and is Ohio State's all-time leader in passing yards and total offense, among other categories.
Barrett now has 94 career touchdown passes after throwing four of them in leading Ohio State to a 39-38 win.
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