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Cyclones' Johnson expects to play Saturday

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Iowa State defensive back Leonard Johnson expects to be in the line-up when the Cyclones take the field at 25th ranked Baylor on Saturday.

Johnson had to be carted off the field with a neck injury during ISU's loss to #17 Texas over the weekend.  He suffered a neck sprain, but was released from the hospital after only 90 minutes.

The Cyclone senior was back in practice on Sunday, and is listed as a starter for the Baylor game.

Iowa State and Baylor kick off in Waco, Texas, on Saturday at 6:00 PM.

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