Austin Carr is making the near-impossible look like child’s play.

With Northwestern trailing 24-17 in the third quarter and facing a 3rd-and-eight, Clayton Thorson rolled to his right and fired a pass that looked like nobody would be able to catch. And then Carr got his hands on it.

The catch was the Carr’s fourth for the afternoon and his second touchdown grab. The catch tied the game at 24.

Carr was formerly a walk-on who is currently leading the B1G in receiving. Coming into to Saturday’s game against Iowa, he had 26 catches for 392 yards and three TDs.