Seth Morales wasn't supposed to be at Purdue.
The Lawrence Central standout started at Butler (an FCS program), before walking on for Joe Tiller, and didn't even earn a scholarship until the very last month of preseason camp. But, he made perhaps the biggest play in Purdue history - a 64-yard touchdown catch in the final seconds vs. Ohio State in 2000 - which paved the road to the Boilermakers first Rose Bowl since 1967:
We spoke to the former receiver/return man, who still calls Indianapolis home, in our latest edition of Catching Up With. Take a listen: