With the Trojans trailing 14–13 at home in the second quarter, Jackson took a short 33-yard punt from the UCLA 42-yard line, bounced off of a tackler, waited, then burst down the left sideline to give the team a 20–14 lead.
The sophomore, who serves as a wide receiver, cornerback and kick returner, has electrified crowds with his quickness all season long. He’s already inside the school’s top-15 in career return yards with more than 650.
This is his second punt return touchdown in as many weeks, after he ran one back against Oregon last Saturday.
- Kenny Ducey