Paddy Fisher has added to his legendary status as a Northwestern linebacker.

During Friday afternoon’s Citrus Bowl, Fisher hit an incredible career milestone, registering his 400th career tackle as a member of the Wildcats. He entered the postseason contest against Auburn with 393 total stops credited to his name.

By the time the fourth quarter hit in Orlando, Fisher had tallied 7 stops to hit that 400 mark. It’s a pretty remarkable feat for a linebacker who has been a key player in Northwestern’s defense for the past four seasons.

Fisher entered Friday’s Citrus Bowl with 74 tackles on the season, which included 41 solo stops. He has been credited with 3.5 tackles for loss, 2 pass break-ups, a forced fumble and an interception. The Wildcats were 6-2 and earned a trip to the B1G Championship Game.

In addition to Fisher’s 400 career tackles wearing a purple uniform, the linebacker has totaled 23.5 tackles for loss, 12 forced fumbles and 4 interceptions.