Not one for records, Barrett sets new school mark

Posted October 02, 2016

While the offense was clicking on all cylinders, Ohio State's defense bounced back from some early completions on inside slant routes to pitch their first shutout and not allow an offensive touchdown for the third time in four games this season.

Ohio State led only 6-0 after the first quarter, but scored 24 second-quarter points to open a 30-0 lead at intermission.

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Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett is the most prolific quarterback in Ohio State football history after throwing his 58th career touchdown Saturday. Mike Weber and Curtis Samuel have combined for 611 rushing yards and three scores to provide a great replacement for Ezekiel Elliott. Ohio State, which is the only team in the country to not allow a rushing touchdown, posted its first shutout since September 12, 2015, against Hawaii.

If was fair to fear some kind of hangover for the Buckeyes. You don't get much out of win over a team like Rutgers, but controlling bad teams is what you're supposed to do when you're vying for a playoff spot.

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There might have been some slight lingering effects, but Ohio State looked about as good as possible and dominated another overmatched team.

The record-setting touchdown, No. 58, came in the second quarter, when Barrett found tight end Marcus Baugh across the middle. Booker was dressed in warmups, but didn't play. Barrett's day was over before the third quarter was, and he finished 21-for-29 with 238 yards to go along with that quartet of scoring throws. The offense is led by Robert Martin, who has rushed for 358 yards and a touchdown while QB Chris Laviano has thrown for 647 yards and five touchdowns.

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