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  It happened on the game's first series, when the redshirt senior was credited with a half-sack. That gave him 19, with at least 10 games left to add to it, and he did just that on TCU's next possession - and this time, he wasn't sharing. The record's been a long-time coming for the personable Floridian. He entered last season tied, but suffered a season-ending leg injury at Baylor in Game No. 4. Among his 3 1/2 sacks Saturday the defensive trifecta - he sacked the quarterback with so much force that he fumbled. Who but JaQuan Bailey, of course. "We had great coverage on the back end, which enabled us to get to the quarterback," the humble Bailey said. "It was a boom-boom play. I was focused on closing out of it." And topping off the wonderful play by jumping on the loose ball? "The play just kind of happened," he said. - Des Moines Register

(DS#33 DE) rSr/2021 DE JaQuan BaileyIowa State
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