OK, so it's only the second day of the college football season, but we might already have a candidate for interception of the year.
Boise State quarterback Joe Southwick tried to force a pass into the end zone, but Michigan State safety Isaiah Lewis tipped it and the deflection was caught by a diving RJ Williamson, who juggled the ball while on his back before securing the pick.
Not a bad play for a redshirt freshman playing in his first game.
Unfortunately for the Spartans, the celebration was short lived. On the next possession, quarterback Andrew Maxwell threw a pick-6 that tied the score at 10.
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