Thanks to @collegeFBhof for this clip of former Hurricanes and Black Knights quarterback Arnold Tucker. Tucker is one of nine former Miami players or coaches that are in the College Football Hall of Fame.
Read what they’re saying about Johnson’s induction into the College Football Hall of Fame…
Jimmy Johnson was asked if he ever considered getting back into college coaching and he responded by taking out his phone and scrolling through his pictures. Miami Herald’s Manny Navarro
Jimmy Johnson was asked if he ever considered getting back into college coaching and he responded by taking out his phone and scrolling through his pictures. Associated Press
Jimmy Johnson believes his coaching career should be defined by the success he had on the collegiate level. Sun-Sentinel’s Anthony Chiang
Jimmy Johnson has no desire to get back in coaching. New York Daily News’ Dick “Hoops” Weiss
Despite going 44-4 in his final four seasons as the coach for the Miami Hurricanes, Jimmy Johnson knows that it is the losses everyone remembers most. FOXSports.com’s John Walters
Jimmy Johnson won two Super Bowls as coach of the Dallas Cowboys, but his most enjoyable coaching years did not come in the NFL. Palm Beach Post’s Jorge Milian
Over a span of five seasons, former Miami coach Jimmy Johnson helped set the elite standard that so many Hurricanes fans are still desperately clamoring for today. ESPN.com’s ACC Writer Heather Dinich
When asked to reflect on their Hall of Fame college football careers, coach Jimmy Johnson and quarterback Steve Bartkowski talked about the fun and the camaraderie. ESPN.com’s Ivan Maisel
Stories of _ - Recently inducted into the College Hall of Fame, Russell Maryland recalls his first days at the University of Miami, U football and being drafted by the Dallas Cowboys to play again for his former UM coach Jimmy Johnson.
Watch the video from the UM Alumni Association by CLICKING HERE.