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Andy Wittry | NCAA.com | November 11, 2017

Iowa DB Jackson scores second pick-six against Wisconsin

  Iowa DB Josh Jackson intercepted five passes in two weeks.

Attention, Big Ten quarterbacks: Think very carefully before throwing in the direction of Iowa defensive back Josh Jackson. The junior intercepted his fifth pass in two games (his fifth in six quarters, to be specific), including two pick-sixes against Wisconsin, single-handedly keeping the Hawkeyes in the game by cutting their deficit to 17-14.

Highlights: Ohio State runs away from Michigan State to take lead in Big Ten East

Jackson intercepted Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett three times in Week 10, including a ridiculous one-handed grab on the goal line in the fourth quarter. He has seven interceptions this season.

Watch Jackson's two pick-sixes against the Badgers below. He's the first Big Ten player with two pick-sixes in one game since Iowa's B.J. Lowery in 2013, according to ESPN Stats & Info.

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With Cassar out with an injury and moving on to freestyle, heavyweight is seen as Steveson's weight class to lose, but Iowa's big man might have something to say about that assumption. What does Cassioppi need to do to challenge the Minnesota superstar? Let's take a look at the film and find out. 
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The race to be college wrestling's 133-pound national champion is incredibly tough to call

Seth Gross, Austin DeSanto, Roman Bravo-Young and Sebastian Rivera are the frontrunners at 133 pounds. Let's break down how each of these athletes have done so far and what it will take for each of them to win in March.
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Leaky roof, buzzer beater, more upsets add to wild college basketball season

Put Wednesday night down as another wacky night that fuels an even wackier college basketball season. Vanderbilt ended a 28-game SEC losing streak, and Butler turned a leaky roof into a buzzer-beater. What else is new?
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