Dwayne Haskins continues to make Ohio State history with his arm.
During Saturday's 30-14 win over Minnesota, Haskins went 33-for-44 through the air for 412 yards and three touchdowns.
Haskins became the first Buckeye quarterback ever to throw for 400 yards twice in his career – and he did it in consecutive weeks after he nearly broke Art Schlichter's single-game passing record last week with 455 yards through the air.
The first-year starter has also tied J.T. Barrett's single-game completions record in consecutive weeks with 33 against Minnesota and Indiana.
Haskins is also on pace to break almost all of Ohio State's single-season passing records, including total passing yardage, completion percentage, touchdowns and yards per game.
|1||ART SCHLICHTER||458||31-52||FLORIDA STATE||2||1981|
|4||JOE GERMAINE||378||29-43||PENN STATE||2||1997|
|6||BOBBY HOYING||354||24-35||PENN STATE||3||1995|
|8||J.T. BARRETT||349||21-31||BOWLING GREEN||6||2016|
|10||TROY SMITH||342||19-28||NOTRE DAME||2||2005|