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Video: Northwestern’s Montre Hartage snags no-look, one-handed INT


A little “looky-what-I-found” in the Northwestern vs. Indiana game. In a game that was already getting out of hand, Northwestern defensive back Montre Hartage capitalized on a poor throw by Indiana for this remarkable, one-handed interception.

Hartage makes a play that is a prime example of putting yourself in position to get a little lucky. The ball was thrown deep down the field; Hartage was beat with a good through. When the ball arrived, it was a little behind the receiver, and Hartage snatched from the wide receiver’s chest.

Northwestern sits at 3-3 this season, and appears to be on their way to 4-3. They started the season losing their first two games by a total of three points, and later lost to No. 10 Nebraska by only 11.

Hartage, who is a sophomore from Georgia, now has his second interception on the year. He has been a bright spot on the Wildcats defense and has 29 tackles already this season.

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