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Jackson Bigger, Ready to Hold His Ground

Texas Tech junior defensive end Branden Jackson is the lone returning starter on the defensive line, but you might not recognize him. Jackson is up to 275 pounds, some 30 pounds heavier than he played in 2013. He talked about how he was able to put on the weight, why he did it and whether he will be able to retain his quickness, plus much, much more. Recommended Stories

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Up Next reporter Philip Arabome's exclusive interview with Texas Tech DL Branden Jackson.