Watch: Rutgers football’s Sean Ryan with a tremendous touchdown catch to cut into Indiana’s lead

Sean Ryan made a tremendous catch in the back of the endzone, the Rutgers football senior wide receiver controlling his body well to keep a foot in-bounds on a well-placed pass from Noah Vedral.

Rutgers started off the game sluggishly, a 93-yard kickoff return from Jaylin Lucas putting Indiana up 7-0. Then on their next possession, the visitors marched down the field, going 91 yards on 11 plays as Hoosiers quarterback Connor Bazelak ran seven yards for the touchdown.

It was a good response from Rutgers to pull back a score. They had an 86-yard drive that went 11 plays for 86 yards with the Vedral to Ryan connection making it a 14-7 lead for Indiana.

Check out the catch from Ryan:

 

Ryan is in his final year of college football. A transfer from West Virginia (who started his collegiate career at Temple), he is a product of powerhouse program Erasmus Hall (Brooklyn, N.Y.).

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He came into the game with nine catches for 164 yards with a touchdown.

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Story originally appeared on Rutgers Wire