Knile Davis

SEC Week 11 Preview and Predictions

Johnny Manziel & the Aggies take on the Tide in Tuscaloosa
<p> Georgia can secure its second straight SEC East title with a win at Auburn. If the Bulldogs stumble, Florida, which has already concluded its SEC season (7–1), would make the trip to Atlanta. Alabama can wrap up the West with a victory at home against Texas A&amp;M.</p>

Georgia can secure its second straight SEC East title with a win at Auburn. If the Bulldogs stumble, Florida, which has already concluded its SEC season (7–1), would make the trip to Atlanta. Alabama can wrap up the West with a victory at home against Texas A&M.

SEC’s Top Storylines to Watch in Week 11

SEC 2012 Second-Half Predictions and Midseason Review

Alabama is the top team. Best player? Johnny Football
<p> At the midpoint of the 2012 season, it’s time to take a look at the first half and predict how the second half will turn out in the SEC.</p>

At the midpoint of the 2012 season, it’s time to take a look at the first half and predict how the second half will turn out in the SEC.

First-Half Awards

Arkansas RB Knile Davis Injured Again, Out for 2011 Season

Knile Davis suffered another tough break with an ankle injury in fall camp.
<p> Arkansas running back Knile Davis suffered another setback in his career, when he was lost for the 2011 season with an ankle injury.</p>
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Davis could have kissed his hopes goodbye after he re-broke the ankle during his first spring at the University of Arkansas, a spring when the 17-year-old should have been a high school senior.

But no, he really couldn’t.

Pops inspired the young Davis to stick with his plan after that second ankle surgery in 2009, reminding him of the extra hours he spent in the weight room and the classroom, graduating early so he could get a jump start on his college career.