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Draft Scout Zach Johnson News
03/07/12 - The NCAA provided Eastern Washington University and Zach Johnson some good news on Monday (Feb. 6). Eastern head football coach Beau Baldwin said that Johnson’s appeal to grant him a sixth year to complete his four years of eligibility has been approved as the result of decisions made since last season by the Big Sky Conference and the NCAA. In his first five years in the program, the linebacker from Tumwater, Wash. (Tumwater HS ’08), had 19 games wiped out because of the same knee injury -- 12 in 2009 and the last seven as a senior co-captain in the 2011 season. He earned second team All-Big Sky Conference honors in 2010 when he started all 15 games, helping EWU to a 13-2 record and the NCAA Division I National Championship. “It’s exciting and we’re happy for Zach,” said Baldwin. “He’s worked hard since the day he got here and has been a hard worker all his life. He deserved to get a sixth year based on the injuries he suffered and what he’s gone through. We couldn’t be happier to have Zach back with us. - Eastern Washington football