Montorie Foster Jr. is a human highlight reel for Michigan State, and the wide receiver just delivered one of the plays of the game. In fact, this might be one of the best plays you’ll see all football season.

Facing Indiana, Foster delivered a go-ahead score for Michigan State to make it 14-7, Spartans, late in the first half. It all started with Foster coming up with an eye-popping, one-handed snag in traffic.

Despite two defenders bearing down on Foster, he delivered a one-handed grab and hit an ankle-breaking cutback in one motion. It sent a pair of Hoosier defenders flying as Foster secured the ball.

After that, Foster delivered a brilliant spin move to evade another defender before breaking into the open. The box score records this as a 29-yard touchdown, but Foster truly delivered an impeccable effort the entire way.

At halftime, Foster has 6 catches and leads all players with 87 receiving yards to go with his touchdown. While this season has not gone favorably for MSU or Indiana, the two sides are playing a trophy game on Saturday for the Old Brass Spittoon. We’ll see if the Spartans can secure the win in the second half.