INDIANAPOLIS - During the Indianapolis Colts' 27-20 win against the Houston Texans, former Old Dominion wide receiver Zach Pascal scored two touchdowns.
Pascal's first touchdown of the day came at the end of the first quarter on an 11-yard pass from Philip Rivers, which put the Colts ahead 14-0.
Pascal's next touchdown wasn't until the end of the fourth quarter and proved to be the game-winner. Tied at 20 with 1:53 remaining in the game, Pascal made in incredible diving play to give Indianapolis a 27-20 lead.
Pascal now has four touchdowns this season.
In 2019, Pascal played in all 16 games for Indianapolis – starting 13. He led the team in receiving yards (607) and tied for the team lead with five receiving touchdowns.
ODU’s all-time leading receiver (233 career receptions) was the first Monarch to receive an invite to the NFL scouting combine. However, despite being a part of the combine, Pascal went undrafted in 2017. He was cut or waived four times in a nine-month span between September 2017 and June 2018. But he’s found a home in Indianapolis.