But a little over a week ago, that whole plan blew up and a new plan was formed. Instead of Davis leading the group like Wayne Taulapapa did the season before, it would now be running back by committee. And on top of it, Johnson would take the place of Davis starting Saturday’s game versus Boise State.
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Former Mississippi State running back set to get the start Saturday versus Boise State in place of fallen teammate.
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