Marvin Harrison Jr. – one of Ohio State’s electric receivers – nabbed a spectacular would-be TD pass in the 1st quarter on Saturday vs. Rutgers.

Unfortunately, the points on the board were wiped out by an illegal touching penalty on the play. Harrison had stepped out of bounds previously in the play, so he was not allowed to be the first receiver to touch the ball, per NCAA rules.

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The fact play was wiped away by an illegal touching penalty didn’t detract from the performance of the grab. Watch the grab here:

It wasn’t the first time Harrison put on a show for the Buckeyes this season. In Week 2 action, Harrison capped off the game with a 3-touchdown hat trick against Arkansas State. The WR joined the history books as only the second OSU player in history with more than one 3-touchdown game.

Thanks in part to performances like Harrison’s, the Buckeyes are up 21-7 over Rutgers in the 2nd quarter.