2009 (SENIOR): Mike Johnson is the Crimson Tide's most experienced offensive lineman with 49 games played and 36 straight starts ... leads an offensive front that boasts three new starters, but has cranked out 414.67 yards of total offense per game, which ranks 31st nationally and 213.0 yards on the ground - 14th in the nation ... running back Mark Ingram has been the beneficiary of the lines solid play, ranking sixth nationally in rushing at 127.56 yards per game ... helped the Tide achieve impressive balance with 213 yards per game on the ground and almost 202 yards per game in the air ... helped clear the way for six 100-yard rushers in nine games ... provided time for quarterback Greg McElroy post a 132.57 passing efficiency rating that ranks 50th nationally ... leader of an offensive line that is allowing just 1.00 sack per game to rank 12th nationally and first in the SEC as a unit. Virginia Tech: Helped the Tide grind out 268 yards rushing as the Hokies wore down in the fourth quarter and surrendered 18 points and 180 yards of offense ... opened holes for Mark Ingram to rush for 150 yards and a touchdown. FIU: Helped the Tide roll up 275 yards on the ground a 516 yards of total offense in a 40-14 win ... UA had its second 100-yard rusher in as many weeks as true freshman Trent Richardson pounded out 118 yards and two touchdowns ... McElroy had time to complete 18-of-24 passes for 241 yards, including a school-record 14 consecutive completions. North Texas: Made his 30th consecutive start for the Crimson Tide ... cleared a path for 260 rushing yards while providing time for the UA quarterbacks to complete 22-of-28 passes (78.6 percent) and two touchdowns while not surrendering a sack. Arkansas: Provided time for McElroy, who threw for a career-best 291 yards and three touchdowns in a rout of Arkansas ... blocked for 134 net rushing yards as Richardson ran for 65 yards with a 52 yard touchdown run that earned him his second SEC Freshman of the Week award ... Ingram pounded out 50 yards on 17 touches ... helped Alabama once again total over 400 yards (425) of total offense. Kentucky: Blocked for another 100 yard rusher as Mark Ingram tallied 140 yards and a 6.4 yards per carry average ... helped the team rush for over 200 yards (204) for the fifth time this season. Mississippi: Opened holes for Mark Ingram's 172-yard rushing effort, the fourth 100-yard effort by a UA player this season ... helped the Tide rush for 200 yards, average 4.9 yards per carry and produce 354 yards of total offense. South Carolina: Turned in an outstanding game as the Tide rushed for 264 yards on the ground in a 20-6 win over South Carolina ... cleared the path for Ingram to set the Bryant-Denny Stadium rushing record with 246 yards on 24 carries... helped open the holes for the Tide to average 6.9 yards per carry. Tennessee: Helped Alabama rush for 136 yards with Ingram earning 99 ... provided McElroy time to 62 percent of his pass and did not allow a sack. LSU: Paved the way for Mark Ingram's fifth 100-yard rushing effort of the season (144 yards) ... helped Alabama rush for 176 yards as a team ... the line allowed just one sack as the quarterback had time to completed 19 passes for 276 yards and two touchdowns.
2008 (JUNIOR): Mike Johnson was one of the Crimson Tide's most versatile offensive linemen ... was Alabama's everyday left guard, but moved out to left tackle when needed ... started 12 games at left guard and two games (Tulane and Utah) at left tackle in place of an injured Andre Smith ... earned first-team All-America honors from Pro Football Weekly ... a second-team All-SEC selection by the Associated Press, Sporting News, SEC coaches and Phil Steele ... helped pave the way to 184.6 rushing yards per game... helped clear a path for six 100-yard individual rushing games (five by Glen Coffee and one by Mark Ingram) ... helped the Tide rush for 280 yards or more as a team three times (281 vs. Western Kentucky; 328 at Arkansas; 282 vs. Kentucky) ... twice named the SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week (Clemson & Mississippi) ... won the team's Up-Front Award for his play along the offensive line ... a third-team All-SEC selection by Phil Steele. Clemson: Johnson started the game at left guard before finishing the game as the Tide's left tackle after Andre Smith left the game with a sprained knee ... helped Alabama roll up 239 yards rushing for a 4.8 yards per carry average ... kept quarterback John Parker Wilson's jersey clean to the tune of 180 yards and two touchdowns on 22-of-30 passing and no sacks. Tulane: He started the second game of the year at left tackle in place of Andre Smith where he solidified the left side of the offensive front ... earned offensive player of the week accolades from the Alabama coaching staff for his play. Western Kentucky: Johnson moved back to left guard with the return of left tackle Andre Smith ... helped Alabama rush a season-high 281 yards while compiling a season-best 557 yards of total offense. Arkansas: He cleared the way for a season-high 328 yards rushing on just 35 carries ... help UA average 9.4 yards per carry as a team ... the Crimson Tide ran behind the left side of the line all game, springing Glen Coffee on runs of 87 and 31 yards. Georgia: Johnson helped the Crimson Tide roll up 231 yards of total offense in the first half as Alabama opened up a 31-0 lead en route to victory. Kentucky: He helped clear the way to 282 yards rushing against a Wildcat team that entered the game ranked 13th nationally in rushing defense, allowing just 79.2 yards per game ... helped Coffee rush for a career-high 218 yards on 25 carries, including a 78-yard touchdown run. Mississippi: Johnson helped the Tide rush for 107 yards in a 24-20 win over Mississippi while providing time for a season-high 219 yards by Wilson through the air. Tennessee: He and his fellow offensive linemen did not allow a sack while producing 366 yards of total offense ... the balanced attack included 188 yards through the air and 178 yards on the ground ... the Crimson Tide offense averaged over 5.5 yards per play and over four yards per rush. Arkansas State: Johnson helped the Crimson Tide rush for 205 yards and four rushing touchdowns ... Ingram notched his first career 100-yard rushing effort with 113 yards on 12 carries. LSU: He blocked for Coffee's third 100-yard rushing effort of the season ... paved the way to three rushing touchdowns (two by Wilson and one by Coffee) ... did not allow a sack to the Tigers' dangerous defensive front seven. Mississippi State: Johnson helped the Tide rush for 198 yards with a 4.1 yards per carry average ... the Tide's physically dominant offensive front held the ball for 35:33 and wore down the Bulldogs defensive front with a power running game. Auburn: He was instrumental in the Tide's 412 yards of total offense and 234 yards rushing ... helped Coffee break free for his four 100-yard rushing game of the season with 144 yards that included a 41-yard burst for a touchdown. Florida: Johnson helped the Crimson Tide churn out 323 yards of total offense ... blocked for Coffee's fifth 100-yard rushing game of the season as both Coffee and Ingram scored rushing touchdowns. Sugar Bowl vs. Utah: He started the game at left tackle, but played only a handful of snaps before spraining a knee and not returning.
2007 (SOPHOMORE): One of two players on the offensive line (Andre Smith) to start in all 13 games ... earned the right tackle spot in fall drills and started at right tackle 10 times and at right guard against Mississippi State, Louisiana Monroe and Auburn ... started at right guard against Mississippi State after injuries and suspensions forced some shuffling on the offensive line ... helped the team post 313 rushing yards and six touchdowns on the ground in the season-opening win over Western Carolina ... helped the Tide rush for 221 yards, including 173 by running back Terry Grant, in the win in week two at Vanderbilt ... blocked for another 100-yard rushing performance by Grant and the line allowed only two sacks in 45 pass attempts in a win over Arkansas ... helped the offense score three touchdowns in the first half against Houston on homecoming ... the line allowed only one sack in a 41-17 win over Tennessee ... named UA Offensive Co-Player of the Week against Georgia.
2006 (FRESHMAN): Played a total of 132 snaps while appearing in all 13 games as a freshman ... finished with four knockdown blocks in the Louisiana Monroe game ... played in 37 snaps, a season-high, in the Petro Sun Independence Bowl game against Oklahoma State ... logged 16 snaps against Florida International and was in on 11 plays in the season-opener against Hawai'i.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Never missed a practice or weight-room session in four years at Pine Forest High School ... had a perfect 4.0 GPA in high school and scored a 27 on the ACT exam ... full name is Michael P. Johnson ... born April 2, 1987.