The call on the radio was electric, but to see Chris Carlin and the radio booth react to the winning

touchdown for Rutgers football on Saturday is certainly a neat moment.

Carlin, the longtime voice of Rutgers football, had the call as redshirt freshman

Al-Shadee Salaam ran 23 yards past a tired Boston College defense to tie the game at 21-21.

The ensuing extra point gave Rutgers a win in their season opener.

It was a 12-play drive where all 96 yards came on the ground from

either quarterback Gavin Wimsatt or the running backs.

Others in the radio broadcast boost begin to celebrate the tying of the ball game as Paul Shrager,

the radio engineer for the program’s broadcasts doesn’t even flinch in the background as he adjusts the microphone levels.