Northwestern defensive back Kyle Queiro might do some tightrope walking in his spare time.

Midway through the fourth quarter of the Music City Bowl, Queiro jumped in front of a pass thrown by Kentucky quarterback Stephen Johnson, tiptoed the sideline and took off 26 yards to the end zone to give Northwestern a two-possession lead. It was somewhat of a magic act.

The interception was the fifth of the season for Queiro and the eighth of his career. He is the team leader in that category this year.

Queiro has had a tremendous season for the Wildcats, totaling 58 tackles, 8 pass break-ups and 5.5 tackles for loss on the year. He’s been one of the top defenders for Northwestern throughout the 2017 campaign.

And he made another huge play in the Music City Bowl.