Monday, September 24, 2007

An afterthought no more - Inland Empire Press-Enterprise
If USC's young receivers aren't quite ready to be the centerpiece of the passing attack, the Trojans' oft-forgotten tight end made it clear he's capable of playing a larger role.

Fred Davis showcased the soft hands and deceptive speed that made him one of the most coveted high school receivers in the nation a few years ago. The senior caught a career-high nine passes for 124 yards and two touchdowns Saturday night as USC overwhelmed Washington State 47-14 in the Pac-10 opener for both teams.

"It's been a long time coming," Davis said. "I'm trying to help my team any way I can, whether it's blocking or catching the ball. This game was probably a little more catching-the-ball than usual."...

Also, Break out game for USC tight end Davis - LA Daily News
A long time coming for Davis - Daily Trojan
Davis helps tighten up USC's passing game - Daily Breeze

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