Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett is now second to none in career passing yards in Buckeyes history.

During Ohio State's 56-0 win against Rutgers on Saturday, Barrett became the school's all-time leading passer and also climbed up to 10th all-time in total yards recorded by the Big Ten player. He has thrown for 7,622 yards in his career and rushed for 2,728 yards.

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Barrett was 14-for-22 passing for 275 yards and three touchdowns Saturday, in addition to 10 rushes for 89 yards on the ground.

Watch Barrett connect with Johnnie Dixon for a 70-yard touchdown.

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