As the young Wayne Johnson, it was hard to feel all that significant in the world. For starters, he was the middle son in a six pack of kids in a not-so-well-off family with the second most common surname in America. And, he was the shy, awkward, bookish one built like a Gumby, which doesn't help when you have this amazing older brother who's so outgoing and athletically perfect in every way that if being cool were a sport, he would have lettered in that, too.
Like any good cheerleader, UAA's Michaela Brewer has a fine sense of rhythm, tempo and timing, dancing effortlessly to the beat of whatever hip-hop music bumps through the arena. But unlike her teammates, Brewer has never once heard a crucial element of her cheerleading performance.Matt Tunseth
It's easy to see why San Diego is excited to have Brandon Johnson back in the lineup. Granted a fifth year of eligibility after a tear of his achilles tendon tear ended his season early last year, the 6-0 senior guard was dazzling on Wednesday.