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In an important game for bowl positioning within the Big Ten, these two western division rivals -- with this key iindividual mathcups -- will meet at Ryan Field in Evanston.
Jewell (6004/235) and Jackson (5110/200) represent two of the best at their respective positions across the country. Jewell is a three-plus year starter and has racked up 343 total tackles, 21.5 tackles-for-loss, 22 passes defensed and 5 interceptions during a remarkable Hawkeye career. Jackson is already his school’s all-time leading rusher and is shooting for his fourth straight 1000-yard rushing season in 2017. He has accumulated 4639 yards on 963 attempts (4.8avg) and 36 touchdowns, while catching 99 passes for 711 yards (7.2avg) and another score in what will be recognized as one of the greatest careers in Wildcat history.
Best of the Rest:
Pittsburgh @ Duke: WR #85 Jester Weah vs. CB #14 Bryon Fields
North Carolina @ Virginia Tech: CB #6 M. J. Stewart vs. WR #5 Cam Phillips
USC @ Notre Dame: OB #42 Uchenna Nwosu vs. TE #80 Durham Smythe
Arizona State 13, Washington 7
RB #7 Kalen Ballage vs. LB #36 Azeem Victor
The Sun Devils pulled off a stunning upset at home over the previously undefeated Huskies. Ballage had 9 carries for 17 yards and a touchdown, while also contributing 4 receptions for 15 more yards. Victor totaled 6 tackles on the night for the Washington D.
-- Phil Savage, Reese's Senior Bowl Executive Director