Lander Barton, have yourself a day.

The sophomore Utah linebacker got his money’s worth on his first career interception Saturday against Weber State. Barton read the eyes of Wildcat quarterback Kylan Weisser the whole way, jumped in front of a short out route, and took the ball 23 yards to the house for a pick-six.

After just 17 points in the first half, the return marked Utah’s second score of the first nine minutes of the third quarter.

It also extended what has become an incredibly impressive streak. Utah now has 20 consecutive seasons with a pick-six.

Utah went into Saturday’s game with just three takeaways in its first two games. The defense has done well to keep points off the board, but those big splash plays haven’t quite popped up yet.

Barton’s interception was the first takeaway of the game for the Utes.