Gregory Kent Johnson
is an American football
player and coach,
playing professionally for the Miami
as well as coaching and playing at the collegiate
University of Oklahoma
played Offensive Tackle at for the
Oklahoma Sooners in Norman,
Oklahoma from 1983 to
1987 under coach Barry Switzer.
In 1987, at 305 pounds he was awarded all-conference in the
Johnson went on to professionally for the Miami Dolphins
in the 1988 season, being
picked in the fourth round of the 1988
. At Miami, he was moved to tight
and lowered his weight to 295 pounds to become more
was the 19th head college football
coach for the Prairie View A&M University
Panthers located in Prairie View, Texas and he held that position for two seasons, from
1997 until 1998.
career coaching record at Prairie View was 1 wins, 19 losses, and 0
ties. As of the conclusion of the 2007 season, this ranks him 19th
at Prairie View in total wins and 21st at Prairie View in winning
Coach Johnson's first 12 consecutive losses played a part in the
worst losing streak
history of 88 games between 1989 and 1998.
However, it was in the fourth game of his second season as head
coach when the streak was broken by a 14-12 victory over Langston University
. Tensions over the
losing streak had grown so high at the school that the entire
marching band was suspended by the conference the week before as a
result of fighting between marching bands.