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Watch: Ohio State's J.T. Barrett Breaks Big Ten Record Held By Drew Brees

J.T. Barrett set a Big Ten record today.

After two consecutive mediocre performances from J.T. Barrett, he finally put it all together today against Army—and in record-breaking fashion.

In the fourth quarter, Barrett threw a touchdown pass to Austin Mack that would make him the all-time leader in "touchdowns responsible for" in the Big Ten. He surpassed former Purdue QB Drew Brees (yes, the Drew Brees) in the process.

Check it out:

Barrett went 25-of-33 for 270 yards and a touchdown through the air, and on the ground he rushed for 32 yards and one score.

The Buckeyes won, 38-7.