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Topic - Ken Johnson
Recent editorials from Alabama newspapers:
Former Tennessee director of basketball operations Ken Johnson provided two free tickets to the mother of an athlete in March, a secondary violation that ultimately played a role in his firing and the firing of coach Bruce Pearl and his staff.
Though he technically never left his normal parking spot a few football fields south of Ralph Wilson Stadium, Buffalo Bills super tailgater Ken Johnson couldn't help but be relieved about returning to where he belongs.
Ken Johnson, the Buffalo Bills tailgating institution, isn't moving after all.
Though he said he might take a traditional shot before the game, Johnson said he won't provide any to fans.
"They gave me the hard-press," Johnson said, of the conversation he had with Christopher Clark, the Bills director of security.