Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett appears to be just fine.
On the Buckeyes' second possession of Saturday night's Big Ten Championship Game, the senior signal-caller found wide receiver Terry McLaurin for an 84-yard touchdown to give Ohio State a 7-0 lead over No. 4 Wisconsin.
J.T. Barrett's 84 yard touchdown pass to Terry McLaren stuns Wisconsin in the first quarter. Score 7-0 Ohio State.
Barrett's touchdown strike comes just six days after the reigning Big Ten Quarterback of the Year underwent surgery to repair a knee injury suffered in the Buckeyes' victory over Michigan last week. After not practicing until Thursday, Barrett still started for Ohio State in a game that could potentially propel the No. 8 Buckeyes into the College Football Playoff.You can follow live coverage of the Big Ten title game on our live blog at WKYC.com and join the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #3Bucks.