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BY RYAN ABER, Staff WriterNORMAN — Will Johnson didn’t expect to hear from a program like Oklahoma for a long time.
He thought it would come eventually, but the junior college cornerback from Baltimore expected to have to wait until even after signing day to get his chance.
“Maybe after they didn’t get the guy that they really wanted,” Johnson said.
Rory McIlroy's defense of his Australian Open title began with a 2-under 69 on a cool, overcast and often drizzly morning at The Australian Golf Club.
McIlroy, winner of back-to-back majors this year at the British Open and U. S. PGA, began play on the back nine and made the turn at even-par after a birdie and a bogey.