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.
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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.
Wow. pic.twitter.com/3IEHkDJ9m5— SB Nation (@SBNation) November 11, 2017
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.
Iowa CB Josh Jackson pick 6. Immense talent pic.twitter.com/Z6596ikN1t— Billy Marshall (@BillyM_91) November 11, 2017
Scheduled tweet: Josh Jackson interception— On Iowa (@GazetteOnIowa) November 11, 2017
His second pick-6 brings Iowa within 17-14, 11:18 3rd | https://t.co/smnhirbiB3 pic.twitter.com/lrDyXapJQW