Midway through the fourth quarterback of Thursday night's matchup against Penn State, Purdue defensive back Chris Jefferson snagged an interception and ran it back for a 72-yard, go-ahead pick six.
The lengthly sprint and overwhelming excitement of a rocking Ross-Ade Stadium clearly got the best of Jefferson.
The senior DB went hands on knees and unleashed a gnarly puke after celebrating the defensive play of the game.
Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford avenged this interception with a masterful game-winning drive — connecting with KeyVone Lee for a 12-yard, go-ahead touchdown with just 57 seconds remaining in the contest.
This thrilling Week 1 game was the perfect introduction to what should an exciting 2022 college football season.
Purdue will get a shot at redemption when it welcomes Indiana State next weekend. Penn State will look to continue its success against Ohio in Week 2.