Wisconsin safety Eric Burrell had one heck of an interception halfway through the second quarter in their game against Minnesota.

As the Golden Gophers were driving down the field, Burrell leaped over the receiver to snag this impressive interception, as seen here:

To celebrate after the play, Burrell started to chop the goal post before running off the field.

Here’s another angle of the pick, courtesy again of the Big Ten Network:

This was Burrell’s first interception of the season. He had three last year for the Badgers and in the year before that (2018), he had one. Coming into this game, he had accumulated 16 tackles (13 solo) with two passes defended.

The game is just getting to halftime as the Badgers try and finish their regular season at 3-3. The score is currently 7-7 with running back Garrett Groshek having the lone touchdown for Wisconsin. For Minnesota, receiver Cam Wiley has their only touchdown.