Sandra Dukes-USA TODAY Sports

It’s been a few weeks since Purdue Boilermakers freshman wide receiver Rondale Moore blessed the college football world with a big play. That changed on Saturday with an impressive 70-yard touchdown.

Moore kicked off the second quarter in style, catching a short pass, then getting drilled by a defender only to stay on his feet and take off for the 70-yard touchdown.



The 5-foot-9 receiver got low after the hit, maintaining his positioning and keeping his knee just off the ground. The freshman then turned the corner and his speed took him the rest of the way for the score.

Moore continues to demonstrate why he is one of the most electric players in college football. College football fans can just be happy we have another two and a half seasons of his incredible game-changing ability.