FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- Arkansas running back Knile Davis says he will enter the NFL draft and skip his senior year with the Razorbacks.
Davis announced his decision Tuesday. He led all Southeastern Conference running backs in rushing in 2010 with 1,322 yards. He averaged 147 yards rushing over his final seven games that season, capping off the breakout performance with a 139-yard...
Arkansas coach John L. Smith says running back Knile Davis will take part in his first full-contact scrimmage when the No. 10 Razorbacks take part in a mock game Friday.
Davis, who missed all of last season with an ankle injury, has taken part in preseason practices this month but has yet to take part in a full-contact scrimmage.
Smith said early in the summer that he expected...
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August 23, 2012
Arkansas coach John L. Smith says there is a plan in place for running back Knile Davis' return to full-contact work, through he's not quite ready to share that plan.
Davis sat out the scrimmage portion of the Razorbacks' practice in Razorback Stadium on Saturday morning. The junior, who missed all of last season with an ankle injury, has taken part in each of Arkansas...
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August 11, 2012
I think Knile Davis is back and healthy, or at least healthy enough to squat 600 lbs.
The Razorback was sidelined last season with an ankle injury that he couldn’t come back from quickly enough to get into any games. This season Davis will be expected to give the Razorbacks a running game to offset their high-powered passing attack led by Tyler Wilson who threw for 3400 yards and...
Razorbacks RB Knile Davis Ready for 2012 Heisman CampaignIt was a depressing season for Arkansas RB Knile Davis who watched the Hogs dominate all season long from the sidelines. Due to a devastating ankle injury preseason, he didn’t see any action in 2011, but he’s ready to go in 2012. He may be the lone college football player looking forward to summer camp.
Davis on the...
Arkansas running back Knile Davis didn't take part in contact drills during the team's first spring scrimmage on Friday.
The practice was the first open one this spring for the Razorbacks, who were 11-2 last season and won the Cotton Bowl over Kansas State.
Davis, returning to the field after an ankle injury cost him all of last season, has taken part in all of the Razorbacks...
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March 30, 2012
After weeks of speculation and internet rumors Razorback fans no longer have to worry, All-SEC running back Knile Davis announced that he will officially return to the Hogs next season.
In 2010 Knile Davis helped lead the Razorbacks to their first BCS Bowl game appearance when the Hogs squared off against Ohio State in the Sugar Bowl.
Davis finished the season as the leading rusher...
I'm not one to report "rumors" but I have heard rumblings that Knile Davis, an All-SEC running back for the Arkansas Razorbacks, may go pro at the end of the 2011 season. Davis injured his left ankle during fall practices and has not seen game action during the 2011 season.
As a Razorback and college football fan, hopefully Davis will return for at least one more...
When the story broke Tuesday about Knile Davis being cleared by team doctors for practice, Razorback Nation was left with mixed emotions. Should Knile Davis play this year if healthy enough? If so, what would Davis’ contributions mean to the Hogs over the remaining three to four games left in their season? With No. 1 LSU looming in the near future could he be the difference maker...
Arkansas Razorbacks: Today on Twitter, Knile Davis provided a few tweets to the public and his fans regarding the injury that he attained in the offseason. It will only be a matter of time before we find out whether or not he will be available this [...]