Cody Husband showed he belonged in the CFL to a special group of high school football players.
The New Westminster Hyacks grad and former provincial AAA all-star offensive lineman got game tickets for 11 of the current high school squad's O line for Friday's CFL game against the B.C. Lions at B.C. Place.
B.C. won its second game of the season 39-36 over the Tabbies, but not before some anxious moments late in the game.
Husband, No. 57, came into the game with five minutes to go in the second quarter before settling in and helping the Ti-Cats rally from 33-14 down with a 22-6 rally beginning late in the third quarter.