With 6:51 remaining in the fourth quarter of Ohio State's game against Indiana on Saturday, Dwayne Haskins tossed a touchdown to Binjimen Victor that gave the Buckeyes a 49-26 lead.
The score didn't just extend Ohio State's lead, though. It also tied Haskins for the most passing touchdowns in a single game in Ohio State history with six. Haskins tied J.T. Barrett and Kenny Guiton for the record.
Guiton became the first Ohio State quarterback to throw six passing touchdowns against Florida A&M in 2013. Barrett passed for six touchdown twice. His first six-touchdown game came in 2014 against Kent State, and he again reached six scores against Bowling Green in 2016.
Beyond that, he became the first quarterback in Big Ten history with three games with at least five touchdown passes.
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Haskins had two touchdown passes to Terry McLaurin, two touchdown passes to Parris Campbell, one touchdown pass to Johnnie Dixon and the final one to Victor.