MADISON, Wisc. — Move over, Braxton Miller. J.T. Barrett is alone at the top.
The junior quarterback broke Miller’s record for career touchdowns accounted for at Ohio State, scoring for the third time against Wisconsin on Saturday to give him 89 touchdowns in his career.
His touchdown pass to Noah Brown gave Ohio State a 30-23 lead in overtime against No. 8 Wisconsin.
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Earlier this season against Rutgers, Barrett broke Hoying’s mark for career passing touchdowns at Ohio State. Now he owns another record and has one and a half seasons of eligibility left to add to his total.