Jackson did not have a missed assignment and was credited with five pancake blocks in helping MSU’s offense roll up 551 yards of offense against the Trojans.
The 6-foot-4, 335-pounder from Amite County High School in Liberty started his 43rd consecutive game for the Bulldogs. That mark is tied for second among active FBS players and is one game behind Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray.
Jackson is considered by many analysts as the top offensive guard prospect in next year’s NFL Draft. He flirted with the idea of turning pro following just junior season but ultimately decided to return for his final fall.