J.T. Barrett’s going to have some options this fall.
Having found 10 (!) different Ohio State wide receivers during the first quarter alone, Barrett and Buckeye co-offensive coordinators Ed Warinner and Tim Beck continued to spread the love in the second.
After finding James Clark for a near highlight real big gain earlier and breaking in a couple other fresh faces (including K.J. Hill), Barrett went to another relative newcomer in Noah Brown, one of last season’s most hyped players who went down with a brutally unfair injury just before the season started.
The throw was great and the adjustment to make the catch was even better:
Upon yet another review — the OSU-Bowling Green games seemed to feature a half dozen and we’re not even to halftime yet — the call stood.
We could see a lot more of this connection throughout the 2016 football season.