Tuesday was day one on the road for the Oklahoma State coaching staff as they held their first of…
Texas wideout feeling the "love" from Huskers
At 6 foot, 4 inches tall and boasting a 40 inch vertical, wide receiver Sedrick Johnson sports an almost unfair advantage over the smaller defensive backs assigned to cover him. He's already got the size, but that jaw-dropping leaping ability turns a daunting challenge for defenders, into an almost impossible one. It's not surprising then that even after missing over half the season last year with a hamstring, Johnson still racked up over 1,000 yards receiving, and on just 38 catches. If you don't have a calculator handy, that's a whopping average of over 26 yards per catch. Johnson should be confident beyond reason, but he measures that confidence by what he thinks he's capable of, rather than what he's actually done. "There's a lot of stuff I do well, but there's also a lot I need to work on," Johnson said of his overall game. "I can jump and my leaping ability is my biggest strength, but I want the complete game. I want my footwork as good as it can be, and I want to be quick...
406 Fans online
- YOUR Husker Nemesis
- OT: Personally some good news to share
- Pelini says they have released Aaron Curry....
- DT Curry transferrering?
- UPDATED 8 P.M. ***Wednesday practice notebook (8-20-14) ***