Ian Johnson Named To Two All-America Teams

The nation's post-season awards are coming in for Boise State. Tailback Ian Johnson has been named to two All-America teams so far, while tackle Ryan Clady has garnered a spot on the second team. (Photo provided by Foto208.com--all rights reserved.)

Boise State's Ian Johnson became the second All-American in school history as the super sophomore was named to both the Sports Illustrated.com and the CBS Sportsline first teams.  Offensive tackle Ryan Clady made SI.com's second team.


Johnson is currently second in the nation in rushing with 158.33 yards per game and leads the country in scoring with 13.09 points per game.  Johnson, who eclipsed Brock Forsey's rushing record this season (1,613 yards) despite missing the Utah State game with a partially collapsed lung, is also fifth in all-purpose rushing with 151.27 yards per contest.


Johnson joins former Bronco great Daryn Colledge as an All-American; Colledge was named to the College Football News and dopke.com first teams.


Quinton Jones earned a spot on The Sporting News second team last season and Tyler Jones and Jared Zabransky earned second-team spots in 2004.  Other All-America selections were Quintin Mikell (third-team in The Sporting News) and Forsey (fourth-team in The Sporting News), both in 2002.

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