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Watch Northwestern's Kyle Queiro Pull Off Incredible One-Handed Interception

A Northwestern player deflecting a pass.

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Northwestern's Kyle Queiro may have just pulled off the interception of the year.

Northwestern is currently taking on Indiana and safety Kyle Queiro just hauled in one of the best interceptions you will ever see.

In case you didn't notice, Queiro's left-hand is completely taped up so making the interception with two hands was out of the question. Who needs two hands when all you need is one, anyway?

That's an Odell Beckham Jr. type catch if I've ever seen one.

It's worth noting that this one-handed pick was the Wildcats' second of the game. Montre Hartage had one of his own earlier in the contest.

The one-handed snag was the 6-foot-3 safety's first interception of the year for the Wildcats. Queiro doesn't have a tackle under his belt against the Hoosiers, but it's safe to say that his interception makes up for it.

Northwestern currently leads Indiana 24-12 late in the fourth quarter.