Daryl Johnson

Daryl Johnson

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For the basketball player, see Darryl Johnson. For the baseball player, see Darrell Johnson.

Daryl E. Johnson (born August 11, 1946, in Richmond, Virginia) is a former American football defensive back who played in the American Football League, the National Football League, and the World Football League.

College career

Johnson graduated from Maggie L. Walker High School in Richmond. He entered Morgan State University in 1964 and received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree. Mr. Johnson (5'10½"/170 lbs), was an invited walk-on at Morgan State, where he became a four year letterman in football playing on three undefeated CIAA Championship football teams from 1965–1967, and was a two-year letterman in track and field.

Mr. Johnson acquired many honors during his amazing college football career: however, he carved his own piece of Morgan State athletic history as the starting quarterback during the undefeated 1966 and 1967 CIAA Championship football seasons. In 1966, Morgan State University became the first predominately African American team selected to play in the NCAA sanctioned Tangerine Bowl (now called the Capital One Bowl). Mr. Johnson led the Morgan State Golden Bears on one of the biggest stages the University had been on to a historic 14-6 victory over West Chester State . The victory earned Morgan State University the distinction of being crowned the first historically black college or university (HBCU) to win a nationally...
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