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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | October 20, 2015

Barrett surprised with impromptu play on campus

Ohio State students certainly have creativity and a sense of humor. During the Buckeyes’ 38-10 throttling of Penn State on Saturday night, a game in which J.T. Barrett wrestled the starting QB role away from Cardale Jones, the sophomore hit Braxton Miller in the end zone with a gorgeous jump pass.

Some Buckeye students were captivated by the play, apparently, so they were eager to show appreciation for their new starting QB. Barrett was surprised on campus Monday with a replication of his jump pass to Miller.

At first glance, Barrett didn't seem to be amused by the act. But he took to Twitter to show his belated appreciation.

(College) kids these days. They’re something else.

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