In a span of less than two weeks, Iowa defensive back Josh Jackson has put up good numbers for a season.

The junior had three interceptions last week in the 25th-ranked Hawkeyes' 55-24 victory against No. 11 Ohio State, and he was just getting started. On Saturday against No. 6 Wisconsin, he returned two interceptions for touchdowns and forced a fumble.

The first Pick-6 came on the first series of the game and went for 43 yards.

 

The second came with the Iowa offense having gained just 14 yards and trailing the Badgers 17-7. It went for 52 yards.

 

 

 

For the season, Jackson has seven interceptions.

Not to be outdone, the Badgers got a defensive score of their own when Iowa fumbled and no one was able to come up with the ball in the ensuing scrum until it squirted out to Leon Jacobs, who scooped it up and took it 21 yards to make it 24-14.

 

 

Jacobs later added another fumble recovery in the fourth quarter.