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Johnson Grabbing First-Team Opportunities

No, really. He's just pretending to be offended when folk confuse his position. "They say, tight end?" Robert Johnson relates with a grin. Kinda. "They think I should play tight end. I'll take it as an insult."

Spoken like a proud split end who intends winning a much larger place in Mississippi State's 2013 plans. Johnson is setting pretty high standards for himself this coming junior season, and based on spring practice play has every chance of meeting them. "Now it's looking to get one of those starting positions," he says. "It's just me making plays when my number is called." #81 is certainly... Recommended Stories

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