Former Nebraska Cornhuskers star Cam Taylor-Britt continues to get better every week as the Cincinnati Bengals star had a great Birthday Sunday.
The second-year Cincinnati Bengal defensive back had a career-best game last week. And this week, he picked up where he left off.
While Sunday was Taylor-Britt’s birthday, he ended up giving his teammates a gift. He recorded an interception for a second straight game. Considering the Bengals beat the Seattle Seahawks 17-13, that interception was a biggie.
It also just happened to Taylor-Britt’s second career interception. While he played well in his rookie campaign, he hadn’t picked off a pass until this month.
Now it appears the former Nebraska Cornhuskers star is turning into a ball hawk.
More Nebraska Cornhuskers news
- The Nebraska Cornhuskers soccer team continued its hot-streak in Big Ten play. They beat the Minnesota Golden Gophers on Sunday, 2-0, in order to improve to 5-1-2 in the B1G and 11-2-3 on the season. It’s also the second straight shutout the Huskers have pitched. It appears they’re playing their best soccer as the season starts to wind down.
- Former Husker Randy Gregory played his first game for the San Francisco since being traded from Denver, and he played quite well. Gregory had three tackles (two for loss) and a sack. Unfortunately it wasn’t enough as the San Francisco 49ers lost their first game of the year, 19-17 to the Cleveland Browns.
- The Nebraska Cornhuskers women’s basketball team got some very bad news this weekend. Just as it’s gearing up to start the 2023-24 season, it found out that guard Allison Weidner is out for the season with a right leg injury. This comes after she missed most of last year with a torn ACL.
- The Nebraska Cornhuskers volleyball team faces off against the only team ahead of them in the AVCA rankings on Saturday. That match, against the Wisconsin Badgers is going to be a biggie. It’s also apparently going to be well attended, considering that tickets are being resold for some serious profit.