At the ACC Kickoff media event, Miami junior RB Duke Johnson mentioned that he "gained about 20 pounds this offseason to combat his critics."
If Miami junior RB Duke Johnson (broken ankle) can remain healthy, add some bulk, and take another developmental step forward, he could be at "the top of the list of draft-eligible running backs for 2015," according to CBS Sports' Derek Stephens.
Miami junior RB Duke Johnson believes his broken ankle is 100-percent healed and added that he has added "15 or so" pounds of muscle this offseason.
Miami junior RB Duke Johnson is the most talented Miami runner since Frank Gore, according to NFL.com's Bucky Brooks.
Miami sophomore RB Duke Johnson (ankle) will miss spring practice.
Miami sophomore RB Duke Johnson (ankle) believes he will miss spring practice.
Miami sophomore RB Duke Johnson underwent successful surgery to repair to broken ankle on Monday.
Miami sophomore RB Duke Johnson will miss the remainder of the season due to a broken right ankle.
Miami sophomore RB Duke Johnson was carted to the locker room with an ankle injury.
Miami sophomore RB Duke Johnson has averaged 2.9 yards per carry in four career games against ranked teams.
Miami sophomore RB Duke Johnson rushed for 168 yards and one touchdown on 30 carries in a 24-21 win over Wake Forest.
Miami sophomore RB Duke Johnson did suffer a "mild" concussion against UNC last week.
Miami will not appeal the new sanctions imposed by the NCAA.
Miami will not receive further punishment in the form of bowl bans, but the NCAA will dock the football program nine scholarships over the next three seasons.