Josh Jackson had an incredible junior season for Iowa. So it was only fitting that the All-American sealed the Hawkeyes’ 27-20 win over Boston College in Pinstripe Bowl with a late interception.

With Boston College needing a touchdown to tie the score late in the game, Darius Wade threw a pass that slipped through the fingers of his target and wound up in the hands of Jackson, resulting in the defensive back’s eighth interception of the year. He tied a program record for single-season picks and now leads the FBS in that category this season.

Most importantly, it helped end Iowa’s five-game losing streak in bowl games.

Head coach Kirk Ferentz also clinched his 143rd win with the Hawkeyes, tying coaching legend Hayden Fry for the most in program history.

Jackson was an All-American selection this season, joining teammate Josey Jewell. He finished the year with 48 tackles and 18 pass break-ups to go along with the eight interceptions.

The All-American defensive back is undecided about whether or not he’ll return to Iowa for his final season or declare for the 2018 NFL Draft.