Morris rushes for 163 yards in homecoming setback
Johnson is a fifth-year senior from Tampa
2010: Played in 11 games with five starts...recorded 29 tackles and six for a loss of 41 yards, sixth on the squad in TFL and second in total yards lost...second on the team with three sacks and tied for first in yards lost via a sack...hurried the quarterback three times, two credited at Texas...had a season- and career-high seven tackles at WKU and had six at UL the following weekend...first career sack was a loss of 10 yards at Arkansas State.
2009: Saw action in 10 games missing the first two with an ankle injury...recorded an assist his first game back, versus ULM...followed up with two versus Wyoming and two versus Louisiana...had a season best three versus Middle Tennessee and Troy...recorded two tackles for a loss, the first against Wyoming and the second at UAB, both for a loss of one yard...recovered two fumbles, the first versus Wyoming and the second versus WKU...credited with a QB hurry versus Middle Tennessee and a broken passes at FIU.
Motor City Bowl: Traveled with the squad and saw action.
2008: Saw action in 10 games...recorded 11 tackles on the year...played an instrumental role on the line when injuries hit...recorded a season-high for tackles, three solo, against UAB...had a quarterback hurry in the same game.
2007: Preserved the year as a redshirt.
High School: Played for David Mitchell at Wharton High School...as a senior, recorded 72 tackles, including 10.5 sacks and earned the team's Ironman of the Year...his junior season had 58 tackles, including 16 sacks and earned All-County honors and second-team All-Conference honors.
Personal: Business major...son of Jeffrey and Edith Johnson...born in Houston, TX.
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