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On Record Setting Day, Mark May Calls J.T. Barrett "T.J. Barrett"

It's an easy mistake to make, but on J.T. Barrett's special day? Come on Mark May.

Ohio State put on a show against Rutgers on Saturday as it throttled the Scarlet Knights 58-0 and J.T. Barrett's name was etched into the Buckeyes' record books.

Despite the big day from Barrett, ESPN's Mark May called the Heisman Trophy hopeful by the wrong name when running through the game's highlights:

No, it's not like May completely forgot his name or called him Terrelle Pryor by mistake or anything, but it's a mistake nonetheless.

Barrett still has another year and a half of eligibility left, but he broke the all-time school record of career passing touchdowns of 57 on Saturday. He ended the day going 21-for-29 through the air with four touchdowns and one interception. He has 59 passing touchdowns and counting as a Buckeye.

Barrett has been stellar this season as he has 14 passing touchdowns to go along with another three on the ground and has thrown just one pick.