Jack Campbell came up with what could prove to be the play of the game for Iowa late in the contest against Minnesota. While it looks like Campbell’s play should have been ruled a touchdown, he still produced the interception and game-swinging return.

The pick for Campbell came off a deflection and tip-ball drill. He was quick to snag the ball and was quite adept with the ball in his hands.

Campbell found back through multiple Gophers and appeared to roll the distance for a go-ahead pick-6. Unfortunately, it was ruled that Campbell stepped out at the 45-yard line, though replays appeared to show Campbell stayed inbounds on the return.

Iowa took that drive and made it all the way inside Minnesota’s 10-yard line before the drive stalled out and led to a field goal attempt. Drew Stevens nailed that field goal with less than 30 seconds remaining to make it 13-10.

It would prove to be enough with the defense forcing Minnesota into a turnover on downs to get the ball back for one more snap with 3 seconds left.