The Football Fever: JT Barrett setting records off the field too
COLUMBUS -- He was mostly beloved but even scorned by some in Buckeye Nation but JT Barrett always moved the meter.
The most productive quarterback in Ohio State's illustrious history, Barrett signed a record 747 autographs Sunday at the Midwest Sports Spectacular, surpassing Ezekiel Elliott's record of 646.
In our report, Barrett on his love for Buckeye fans and the impact quarterbacks coach Ryan Day had on him his senior year. Day is reportedly being pursued by new Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel to be the team's offensive coordinator.
Barrett was awarded the Pat Tillman award over the weekend as part of the East-West Shrine game in St. Petersburg, FL.