With 2:21 in the fourth quarter of Saturday's game against Minnesota, Dwayne Haskins dropped back and delivered a 27-yard touchdown pass to K.J. Hill.
The connection was Haskins' 33rd completion of the game, which ties J.T Barrett's single-game record for the most passes completed by an Ohio State quarterback in program history.
Barrett had 33 completions in Ohio State's 39-38 win against Penn State last year. He threw for 328 yards and four touchdowns. Haskins also tied Barrett's record last week with 33 completions against Indiana.
Last week, Haskins also tied Barrett and Kenny Guiton for Ohio State's single-game passing touchdown record with six scores. He also came three yards from becoming Ohio State's single-game passing yard leader.