Madubuike doesn't think last week's interception will be his last

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) -- Legendary motivational speaker Dr. Rick Rigsby challenges people to make an impact and not just an impression. It fits in every avenue of life including football.

Texas A&M defensive tackle Justin Madubuike is making an impact on the football field. Five games into the season the junior has six tackles for loss and 2 sacks. Both tops on the team.

Last week against Arkansas Justin got his first interception. Grabbing a deflection from former team-mate Nick Starkel.

Justin was eventually tackled by Starkel, but thought if he could have broken loose, he could have taken it too the house.

"I think I would have I'm not going to lie. I think I'm not slow, so unless like a super fast wide receiver got in my legs or something I think I would have taken it to the house. Hopefully I'll get some more," said Madubuike.

While Saturday Madubiuke's first interception of his college career, he did say he had a scoop and score during his high school days at McKinney North and scored a touchdown.