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Iowa State cornerback Leonard Johnson was taken off on a stretcher after helmet-to-helmet collisions with a pair of teammates.
Johnson collided with linebacker Jake Knott and defensive lineman Stephen Ruempolhamer while finishing off a tackle in the fourth quarter and Iowa State down 34-7 to No. 17 Texas.
Johnson landed face down on the turf. He was flipped over, placed on a backboard and taken away by medical personnel. He waved to the crowd as he left, drawing cheers.
Johnson, a senior from Clearwater, Fla., was a second-team All-Big 12 pick in 2010.
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Iowa State women’s basketball coach Bill Fennelly joined Tron Smith and me on the CycloneFanatic.com/Wilson Toyota Pregame Show on Saturday afternoon.
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