Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett cemented his place in the Big Ten record book in the first half of Saturday's clash between No. 2 Penn State and the sixth-ranked Buckeyes. Barrett's 14-yard touchdown pass to Terry McLaurin in the second quarter gave the quarterback his 91st career touchdown pass, which broke a tie with former Purdue quarterback Drew Brees and moved the OSU signal caller into first place all-time in conference history.

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Barrett finished the game with 328 passing yards and four touchdowns.

Former Houston quarterback Case Keenum holds the FBS record with 155 touchdown passes in his career. Barrett could become the 24th quarterback to throw for at least 100 career touchdowns by season's end.

Watch Barrett's record-breaking throw below.

Andy Wittry has written for SI.com, Sporting News, the Indianapolis Star, Louisville Courier-Journal and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

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