Arkansas's Knile Davis led all Southeastern Conference running backs in rushing in 2010 as a sophomore, finishing with 1,322 yards and 13 touchdowns. Then last August he fractured his ankle during a preseason practice that kept him out all season. But Bobby Petrino has big plans for Davis now that he's "100 percent" healthy and recovered. Petrino said...
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"I count Knile as a senior because basically this will be his last year and then he'll come out, go in the draft," "We'll list him as a junior because he redshirted last year, but we anticipate him having a great year and coming out. That's what the plan is, that's what he needs to do."

"I mean, he's a football player," Petrino said. "He knows that's what he does, and he's very, very good at it. He's one of the biggest, strongest, fastest guys on the field, so we expect him to come back and be full speed and be ready to go."

Brother and new offensive coordinator Paul Petrino said..."He's the fastest and strongest guy on the team, so I'd say that's pretty darn good,"




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