Northwestern running back Justin Jackson (21) is one of only six players in Big Ten history to run for more than 5,000 career yards
Northwestern running back Justin Jackson (21) is one of only six players in Big Ten history to run for more than 5,000 career yards Bradley Leeb AP
Northwestern running back Justin Jackson (21) is one of only six players in Big Ten history to run for more than 5,000 career yards Bradley Leeb AP

Has Kentucky fixed its broken run defense? Northwestern will show us.

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