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Johnson prepared to lead Aggies

When A&M quarterback Stephen McGee went down with a shoulder injury against New Mexico, sophomore signal caller Jerrod Johnson stepped right in. Aggie Websider's Dallas Shipp visits with Johnson about his first meaningful playing time and what his thoughts are as the Aggies prepare for Miami.

Heading into fall practice, A&M quarterback Jerrod Johnson knew that he would have a chance to challenge senior Stephen McGee for the starting quarterback spot, which left him excited about the possibilities. But once McGee beat out the sophomore for the top spot, Johnson didn't sulk, he didn't pout and he didn't complain. He simply kept working in practice, learned a new position and did what he... Recommended Stories

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