Things just keep getting worse for Texas A&M and first-year coach Mike Sherman. One week after starting quarterback Stephen McGee was sidelined by a sprained throwing shoulder against New Mexico, his replacement, Jerrod Johnson, suffered a similar injury.
Coach Mike Sherman said Johnson sprained his throwing shoulder early in the MIami game, but the injury wasn't as severe as McGee's. Neither quarterback threw in practice Sunday, but Sherman said he expects both to be fine by the end of the week and ready to go against Army. Sherman would not commit to a starter for the game, saying it will depend on how the quarterbacks are functioning in practice.
"I know I'm being evasive here, which is my choice, but we're going to take it day by day and see where we end up at the end of the week," he said.
-- Lori Dann