J.T. Barrett will never get the chance to personally beat Michigan again. But he’s having some fun reminding fans about his success against Ohio State’s biggest rival.
For at least the second time since his Buckeyes career came to a close, Barrett used an autograph to poke some fun at Michigan. On Saturday, a video surfaced of Barrett signing a Michigan football by crossing out the block M and writing “4-0 vs. TTUN” on the side.
Barrett was 4-0 in his four career starts as Ohio State’s quarterback vs. That Team Up North.
No love lost here in Toledo. TTUN & Ohio State signing today. How about this 1/1 football?
🙅♂️ 4-0 vs. TTUN pic.twitter.com/Js2qmGfuYS
— SportsCollectibles.com (@SpCollectibles) March 24, 2018
Previously at the East-West Shrine Game in January, Barrett recalled Ohio State’s 2016 meeting with Michigan in an autograph. Barrett wrote “It was a 1st Down Harbaugh” on a helmet he signed, referencing the now-infamous yard Barrett picked up against Michigan in double overtime that led to an Ohio State victory.
There are J.T. Barrett autographs.
And then there are next level J.T. Barrett autographs. pic.twitter.com/BUdCzfessW
— Eleven Warriors (@11W) January 22, 2018
Barrett participated at Ohio State’s pro day earlier in the week and is hoping to hear his name called during the 2018 NFL Draft in April.