There’s nothing quite like the sweet feel of redemption, and Michigan State’s Noah Harvey had a bit in the 3rd quarter vs. Maryland.

To open the half, the Terrapins were rolling down the field against the Spartans. It looked like Maryland was about to trim the score to a one-possession deficit to open the 3rd quarter.

A big part of that drive was a pass interference call on Harvey. There did not appear to be a lot of contact on the play, but Harvey never turned around to play the ball.

Fortunately, Harvey stole the momentum – and the possession – on the very next snap. He dropped back into coverage in the middle of the field and picked off Taulia Tagovailoa at the goalline before running it back near the 35-yard line.

Michigan State’s offense took over from there, rolling 64 yards on 8 plays. That drive was capped off by Payton Thorne finding Jayden Reed on 3rd-and-goal for the touchdown.

The score makes it 34-14, MSU, instead of Maryland chipping into the lead: