The Big Ten has been awarding the Griese-Brees Quarterback of the Year since 2011. In those seven years, Ohio State's J.T. Barrett has now been honored with the award three times.

Barrett was named the conference's top signal-caller on Thursday, winning the same award he did as a freshman in 2014 and again in 2016. On Wednesday, the fifth-year senior was selected to both the coaches and media's All-Big Ten first-teams.

Leading the Buckeyes to a 10-2 regular season record and Big Ten East Division championship, Barrett amassed 3,400 yards of total offense (2,728 passing, 672 rushing) and 42 touchdowns (33 passing, 9 rushing), while throwing just 7 interceptions. After leaving Ohio State's victory over Michigan on Saturday with a knee injury, he is expected to be on the field for the Buckeyes on Saturday when they face Wisconsin in the Big Ten Championship Game in Indianapolis.

Also honored with individual conference awards on Thursday were Ohio State defensive lineman Nick Bosa and center Billy Price.

Bosa was named the Big Ten's Smith-Brown Defensive Lineman of the Year, marking the fourth straight season a Buckeyes player has earned the honor dating back to his older brother, Joey Bosa, in 2014. In 12 games, the sophomore recorded a team-best 6.0 sacks and 12.5 tackles-for-loss.

Price, meanwhile, became the third straight Ohio State player to win the Rimington–Pace Offensive Lineman of the Year, following Taylor Decker in 2015 and Pat Elflein in 2016.

You can find the entirety of the Big Ten's individual awards at the conference's official site.