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Draft Scout Mike Davis News
12/11/13 - 2013 ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-SEC SECOND TEAM: RB - Mike Davis (Tie), South Carolina, 5-9, 215, So,...Davis averaged 134.2 all-purpose yards a game, fourth highest in the league. Davis carried 194 times for 1,134 yards including 11 touchdown and averaged 5.8 yards per carry. Davis' rushing total is currently the fourth highest single-season total in South Carolina history. Davis has logged seven 100-yard games this year in 10 starts and 11 games played. - South Carolina football
12/11/13 - 2013 ALL-SEC SECOND TEAM (COACHES): RB - Mike Davis, South Carolina...Davis, a 2013 Doak Walker Award semifinalist, averaged 134.2 all-purpose yards a game, fourth highest in the league. Davis carried 194 times for 1,134 yards including 11 touchdown and averaged 5.8 yards per carry. Davis' rushing total is currently the fourth highest single-season total in South Carolina history. Davis has logged seven 100-yard games this year in 10 starts and 11 games played. - South Carolina football
12/01/13 - The South Carolina Gamecocks forced six turnovers and continued their recent dominance over the rival Clemson Tigers with a 31-17 victory Saturday night at Williams-Brice Stadium. It is the first-time in 111 career meetings that the No. 10 Gamecocks have won five games in a row in the series with the Tigers. The victory also extended South Carolina's home winning streak to 18 games and senior quarterback Connor Shaw finished his career with a perfect 17-0 home record.
The Gamecocks scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns after No. 6 Clemson tied the score late in the third quarter on a 4-yard run by Roderick McDowell. Sophomore running back Mike Davis scored on a 2-yard run with 11:47 remaining to give South Carolina (10-2) the lead for good. The short run capped an 11-play, 75-yard drive to consumed 6:14 of the clock. The Tigers had five turnovers in the contest which led directly to 21 points for South Carolina. - The Sports Xchange
10/01/13 - When it comes to running the football, young talent is leading the way in the conference. Of the SEC's Top 10 rushers, seven are freshmen or sophomores (Mike Davis of South Carolina, Alex Collins and Jonathan Williams of Arkansas, Todd Gurley of Georgia, Jeremy Hill of LSU, T.J. Yeldon of Alabama, and Matt Jones of Florida), one is a junior (Tre Mason of Auburn) and only two are seniors (Rajion Neal of Tennessee and Jeff Scott of Ole Miss). - The Sports Xchange
09/29/13 - South Carolina found its balance...Running back Mike Davis carried the load for South Carolina's offense. The Gamecocks had to rely exclusively on Davis in the second half at Central Florida, after his backup, Brandon Wilds, left the game with a sprained elbow. Davis responded, burrowing his way though the middle of the UCF defense, breaking tackles or bouncing off defenders to gain extra yardage. "Mike Davis was killing us in that second half," UCF linebacker Terrance Plummer said. "We got the better of them in the first half, but in the second half, we were in position to make plays on him in the backfield and he'd just bounce right off us and gain another four or five yards. That was a killer." - The Sports Xchange