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Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett was apparently injured before Saturday's game against MI, and coach Urban Meyer is not happy about it.

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Three years ago, Barrett was injured against MI and Cardale Jones took over.

Barrett was 3 for 8 for 30 passing yards and a touchdown before leaving with the injury. However, Michigan was flagged for an illegal formation and was forced to punt the ball once again when Ohio State accepted the penalty.

Donovan Peoples-Jones returned a punt 42 yards during the closing seconds of the quarter.

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Barrett later injured his right knee on a run in the third quarter, and watched the rest of the game from the sideline.

Mystery surrounds Michigan's game plan, as starting quarterback Brandon Peters is questionable due to an undisclosed injury. The extra-point try was blocked. Barrett limped off the field with assistance and headed straight to the locker room.

Then, Ohio State faced a third-and-three from Michigan's 43-yard line.

Now facing a third-and-13, Haskins delivered a 27-yard pass to wide receiver Austin Mack down the right sideline. The Buckeyes led the Wolverines 21-20 headed into the fourth quarter.

Dwayne Haskins, a redshirt freshman who'd only seen action in garbage time this season, led the Buckeyes to a touchdown drive on his first possession, and ultimately to semi-convincing victory over a team hellbent on beating his.

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