Starting quarterback J.T. Barrett was knocked out of last Saturday’s game when he hurt a knee in the third quarter against Michigan. Despite that, Wisconsin is pretty sure they’re going to see the veteran Barrett in the Big Ten Conference Championship game this weekend. O-S-U coach Urban Meyer has said Barrett is probable for the contest and Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst is game-planning that way. The Buckeyes are 36-6 with Barrett at the controls and he holds several school and conference records. He’s completed 66 percent of his passes this year for 33 touchdowns and only seven interceptions.