After a long absence from the broadcast booth, Gus Johnson is back calling select NFL games this season, leaving some to wonder where he went to college.

Gus Johnson back calling NFL games

Veteran announcer Johnson is back calling games this season in the NFL after being away for 11 years.

He stepped back from the professional ranks in 2010, preferring to call games at college level.

This has involved games in both college football and basketball.

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Johnson was enticed back to call select NFL games for Fox in the 2021-22 season, with Aqib Talib alongside.

Johnson’s reappearance in the broadcast booth for professional football has left some wondering where he went to college.

Let’s take a look.

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Gus Johnson college revealed

Born in Detroit in August 1967, Johnson graduated from High School in 1985.

He attended the all-boys school at the University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy.

Whilst in High School, Johnson was an active member in the sports teams.

He was a quarter-back in the football team and shooting guard on the basketball court.

And just if they wasn’t enough, he also played baseball for the school – first baseman and catcher being his positions.

Upon leaving High School, Johnson opted to attend Howard University in Washington, D.C.

He graduated in 1990 with a political science degree.

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Johnson then began his broadcast career with local TV stations.

In 1998, he joined CBS and became an instantly recognisable voice on NFL coverage thanks to his energetic commentary style.

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