Chris Davis, who earned two varsity letters as an offensive lineman with the Bulldogs, is in his third season on the Butler staff. He’s coaching Butler’s running backs, after working with the squad’s tight ends last season. Davis began his senior season with the Bulldogs as a starting offensive tackle, only to be sidelined by injury for the third time in his career. He was named to the Pioneer Football League Academic Honor Roll three times, and he graduated with a degree in secondary education in the spring of 2008.
Player Bio 2007: Sidelined for the entire season by injury...2006: Played in two games before being sidelined for the season with injuries...named a 2006 Josten's Scholar-Athlete...2005: Sidelined for the season with a knee injury...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll and the Butler Athletic Director's Honor Roll...2004: Sat out his first season at Butler...named to the Butler Athletic Director's Honor Roll...Personal: Secondary education major...born 8/12/85...son of Bob and Nancy Davis...High School: Starting offensive lineman for Illinois 7A state finalist Libertyville High School in 2003...helped lead high school team to a 23-3 record and two conference titles in two varsity seasons...academic all-conference performer...earned two varsity football letters...High School Coach: Randy Kuceyeski.
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- Southeast Indiana
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