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Travis Jackson
Travis  Jackson


New Albany, Ohio

High School:
St. Francis DeSales

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 291




Spartans Hold Annual Pro Day

Eighteen former Spartans audition in front of NFL coaches and scouts at the Duffy Daugherty Building.


Spartans Invade Dallas; Resume Preparation For Cotton Bowl

MSU head coach Mark Dantonio says his goal is to create life experience for his players and coaching staff.


Academic All-Big Ten Honors Announced for the 2014 Fall Season

Ninety-five Spartan student-athletes were recognized for having a 3.0 or better GPA.


Eleven Spartan Football Players Earn Academic All-Big Ten Honors

In the first eight seasons under head coach Mark Dantonio, 98 student-athletes have been named Academic All-Big Ten.


2014 Spartan Football Awards Banquet Recap

Tony Lippett voted Most Valuable Player by his teammates.


Michigan State vs. Ohio State

Michigan State vs. Ohio State

Career Bio (PDF)


CAREER NOTES: Four-year letterwinner played in 40 career games, including 30 starting assignments (18 at center, 11 at left guard, one at right guard) . . . started at three different positions on the offensive line in three bowl games (center vs. Georgia in 2012 Outback Bowl; right guard vs. Stanford in 2014 Rose Bowl Game; left guard vs. Baylor in 2015 Cotton Bowl Classic) . . . received his bachelor's degree in psychology in May 2014 and is currently pursuing a second degree in advertising . . . became the 19th four-time Academic All-Big Ten selection in MSU history (2011-14).

2014 SEASON (SENIOR): Started 12 of MSU's 13 games (11 at left guard, one at center vs. Wyoming) . . . elected a co-captain by his teammates . . . had 46.5 knockdowns during the regular season . . . played 614 snaps, fifth most among Spartan offensive linemen, during the regular season . . . second-team All-Big Ten selection (coaches, media, Athlon Sports, Phil Steele) . . . offensive recipient of MSU's Biggie Munn Award (most inspirational player) . . . did not play in the regular-season finale at Penn State (ankle) . . . was forced to leave the Rutgers game on Senior Day after the first series due to an ankle injury . . . compiled 9.5 knockdowns, including three dominators, in the win over Michigan . . . named Spartan Offensive Lineman of the Week at Indiana after recording 7.5 knockdowns and MSU rushed for 330 yards while giving up just one sack . . . tallied seven knockdowns against Wyoming while starting at center in place of injured starter Jack Allen . . . recorded five knockdowns at No. 3 Oregon, including two dominators . . . started his first career game at left guard in the season opener vs. Jacksonville State; played 48 snaps and totaled three knockdowns against the Gamecocks before being forced to leave the game with an injury.

2013 SEASON (JUNIOR): Appeared in 13 games, including three starts (two at center; one at right guard) . . . saw extensive time in the playing rotation all season long . . . started his first career game at right guard in the 100th Rose Bowl Game against No. 5 Stanford, filling in for injured starter Dan France . . . started the first two games at center before being sidelined by an injury for the Youngstown State game . . . returned to action at No. 22 Notre Dame . . . registered two takedowns vs. South Florida . . . played 82 snaps in the 2013 season opener vs. Western Michigan . . . Academic All-Big Ten selection for the third-straight year . . . returned to action in spring practice after missing the final seven games of 2012 due to injury.

2012 SEASON (SOPHOMORE): Started the first five games of the season at center before leaving the Ohio State game with a knee injury and a broken leg . . . played 298 snaps in the first five games and was credited with 10 knockdowns . . . named Spartan Offensive Lineman of the Week against Eastern Michigan . . . Academic All-Big Ten selection.

2011 SEASON (RED-SHIRT FRESHMAN): Started 10 games at center . . . named Freshman All-American by Phil Steele (first team) and (second team) . . . named to, Yahoo! Sports and Big Ten All-Freshman Team . . . Academic All-Big Ten selection . . . named Lineman of the Week for his performance in the win at Northwestern . . . missed the Minnesota game due to an injury . . . made his first career start at center against Central Michigan after missing the first three games of the season with an ankle injury . . . spent a majority of spring practice and preseason camp competing against Blake Treadwell for the starting job at center . . .

2010 SEASON: Redshirted . . . twice named Scout Team Offensive Player of the Week (vs. Notre Dame and Minnesota).

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Started at right guard for the Ohio All-Stars in the 2010 Big 33 Football Classic . . . also participated in the 2010 Ohio High School Football Coaches Association North-South Classic . . . rated among the nation's top offensive guards by Scouts, Inc. (No. 25), (No. 26), Max Emfinger (No. 34) and (No. 59) . . . named to SuperPrep's and PrepStar's All-Midwest Teams . . . ranked among Ohio's top seniors by (No. 20) and (No. 42) . . . three-year letterman and two-year starter for Coach Ryan Wiggins at St. Francis DeSales High School in Columbus, Ohio, helping the Stallions to a combined record of 36-6 (.857) including back-to-back regional championships in 2008-09 and a trip to the state finals in 2009 . . . named a finalist for Ohio's Mr. Football award . . . selected Associated Press All-Ohio Division III Co-Defensive Player of the Year as a senior . . . chosen All-Central District Defensive Player of the Year . . . named All-Metro Defensive Player of the Year by The Columbus Dispatch . . . also earned first-team all-league and All-Agoinus honors in 2009 . . . recorded 78 tackles as a senior, with 27 resulting in losses including 12 sacks . . . anchored an offensive line that helped the Stallions amass more than 4,000 rushing yards in 2009 . . . son of Rick and Penny Jackson . . . born June 10, 1991 . . . participates in Athletes in Action sports ministry . . . received his bachelor's degree in psychology in May 2014 and is currently pursuing a second degree in advertising.

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