Noah Furbush isn’t a guy that has heard his name called a lot for Michigan this season. But the senior linebacker may have made the play of the game in the Outback Bowl.

With the Wolverines owning a 16-3 lead over South Carolina in the third quarter, the Gamecocks were hoping to come up with a few big plays to try and get back into the contest. Quarterback Jake Bentley forced a pass deep downfield to a receiver surrounded by the Michigan defense. The pass was batted away and Furbush, who was trailing on the play, grabbed the deflection and started heading the other way.

In a game that’s not had a lot of highlight reel plays, this was easily at the top of the list.

Furbush is in his senior season with the Wolverines. He’s recorded 28 tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss and a pass deflection this season while playing in all 13 games. Now, he gets to add an interception to his stat line.

It was the first pick of his career.