Ohio State football quarterback Tate Martell

Tate Martell Wins Big Ten Freshman Of The Week Award

Tate Martell turned in a record-breaking performance against Rutgers. Monday, that was enough to earn him a share of the Big Ten’s Freshman Of The Week honors. Martell went 10-for-10 passing, which set a new Ohio State record for highest completion percentage for a quarterback with 10 or more attempts. Martell finished the day with 121 yards passing and one touchdown. He added another 95 yards on the ground on just eight carries. The highlight was a 47-yard scramble for the Buckeyes’ final touchdown. You can watch a highlight of that play below…

Ohio State football quarterback Tate Martell touchdown run

Tate Martell Sets Ohio State Passing Record In Dominant Performance

It took exactly two games for Tate Martell to write his name in the Ohio State football record book, and he did it with his arm, not his legs. Martell completed all 10 passes he threw in a 52-3 win over Rutgers on Saturday, becoming the first player in Ohio State history to throw at least 10 passes and complete 100 percent of them. The previous record-holder was Bill Mrukowski, who went 10-for-11 (90.9 percent) for 86 yards in a 13-3 win over UCLA in 1961…