Knile Davis, Hogs unscathed in Friday's mock game

Knile Davis, Hogs unscathed in Friday's mock game

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FAYETTEVILLE - All of the Arkansas  Razorbacks, including fourth-year junior running back Knile Davis made it unscathed through their  closed to the public and closed to the media mock game Friday night, sources say.

The Hogs continue preparing for their season-opener
against Jacksonville State next Saturday night at Reynolds Razorback Stadium.

Davis had not been tackled in a drill until Friday night since breaking his ankle during an August, 2011 scrimmage. Last year's injury   compelled Davis  to redshirt and miss the entire 2011 season. He did pratice this spring and daily during the 2011 preseason.

The Razorbacks are not schedule to practice in pads again until Tuesday.

The Jacksonville State Gamecocks, coached by Jack Crowe (Arkansas' coach from 1990-1992), held their mock game Saturday night in Jacksonville, Ala.

Crowe started the "mock" part Friday night giving the Gamecocks a shot to dunk their coach in a dunking booth provided quarterbacks Marques Ivory and or Coty Blanchard could accurately hit the pass triggering the dunking mechanism. Each QB had three shots. Blanchard sank his coach on the second try.

"“Coty got me, but I will get him back," Crowe was quoted in a Jacksonville State press release.



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