Sep 14, 2013; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Central Michigan wide receiver Titus Davis (84) makes a catch in the air on UNLV Rebels defensive back Fred Wilson (24) during an NCAA football game at Sam Boyd Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports

Central Michigan Chippewas: Titus Davis Is Phil Steele Preseason All MAC


It’s an early Christmas for college football fans as Lindy’s, Phil Steele and the rest of the pundits are emerging from their winter hibernation to begin projecting the upcoming college football season. Phil Steele gave MAC football fans a big present in his June 2nd blog post featuring a projected list of preseason All-MAC teams.

Central Michigan’s lone representative on offense is dynamic WR Titus Davis. The senior wide out gained 1109 yards and scored 8 touchdowns for the Chippewas in 2013.

Despite already putting together one of the best receiving careers since Antonio Brown, Titus Davis returned to Central Michigan in 2014 to help his team win a MAC Championship.

I am excited to announce that I am returning for my senior season as I continue to work towards my goals, which include earning my degree and helping this program win a championship,”

Being able to wear the maroon and gold is something that is very special to me and I am looking forward to the beginning our offseason program in a few weeks.”

 

Davis should have another big season as senior QB Cody Kater returns from injury. Kater was knocked out for the season during the Chips first game against Michigan in 2013.

Central Michigan finished the 2013 season with a 6-6 overall record and a 5-3 record in the MAC west.  Despite winning their last three games to become bowl eligible, the Chippewas fourth place finish in the MAC West division wasn’t quite enough to impress the bowl committees. As a result the Chippewas were not invited to play in a bowl game.

 

 

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