Monday, August 11, 2008

# 10 Kenneth Davis


The "Temple Tornado" set a school record with 1,611 yards rushing in 1984 while leading the Frogs to their first bowl birth in 19 years. In the process Davis was made a unanimous selection to the All-American team after rushing for 200 yards in three games and over 100 in 6 more. Davis finished as the second leading rusher in TCU history. Davis surely would have obliterated the school record had he not been suspended for all but one game his senior season.

Davis was a second round pick of the Green Bay Packers in 1986 where he led the team in rushing each of his first two seasons. Following an injury filled third season he was traded to the Bills where he played an important role in helping lead the Bills to four straight Super Bowls.

Davis is currently head football coach and AD at Bishop Dunne Catholic School in Dallas.

Up next: A wide receiver whose son decided to follow in his father's footsteps.

Get With The Program


New ad campaign is the cover of GoFrogs

Couple of thoughts:
Hodge is huge...and scary
Both of our corners look like they have beefed up
Schlueter and Phillips, make me want to cry
Turner looks like he is ready to pound someone...facial hair is creepy though

Morning Dump

Gridiron preview: Running backs

Chris Getz, Lance Broadway Join White Sox

Jaguars sign ex-Cardinal DE Schobel

From The Weekend

Gridiron preview: Cornerbacks

Two-practice day wears down TCU Horned Frogs

Patterson likes TCU Horned Frogs effort

TCU UGA in discussion for home and home

Stoops closes practices
-Thinks TCU had spies in '05, maybe that is why Patterson keeps things close to the vest

Hawthorne update
- LB David Hawthorne, an undrafted rookie from TCU, forced two fumbles in Friday's game and stood out, but appeared to suffer a foot injury during the game.