Jalen Watts-Jackson may not have had a huge impact overall for Michigan State during his playing career, but he was an integral member of one of the most famous moments in Spartan history.

If you’ve somehow forgotten, Watts-Jackson was the MSU player that scored on the Spartan’s blocked punt in the closing seconds of the Michigan game in 2015. After scoring the winning touchdown, Watts-Jackson was lost for the season as his teammates dislocated and fractured his hip in the ensuing celebration.

The play helped Michigan State alive for a Big Ten title and the program’s first College Football Playoff berth.

On Wednesday, Watts-Jackson announced he plans to leave the program and pursue his final season of eligibility elsewhere. He plans on taking advantage of the graduate transfer rule, which will make him eligible immediately at his next destination.

Here’s the note he attached explaining his decision.