Michigan State was struggling against Indiana before its defense got a huge splash play.

Hoosiers quarterback Jack Tuttle didn’t see Cal Haladay on a small crossing pattern as he intercepted Tuttle’s pass and took it back to the house.

It was a 30-yard pick 6 for Haladay and his 1st of the season.

Coming into this matchup, Haladay had been one of the best players on Michigan State’s defense. He currently has 41 total tackles (11 solo) with 1 forced fumble, a fumble recovery, and 2 passes defended along with that pick 6.

Indiana has still not scored a touchdown in B1G play and that’s going to have to change if they want any shot at upsetting the Spartans.

The game is currently being televised by FS1.