California is the favorite heading into this weekend's season opener at home versus Michigan State. Both schools are coming off bowl wins and both are expected to be in the postseason once again. In one of the better opening weekend contests, the Bears and Spartans are looking to break into the top 25.
August 28, 2008
GSN caught up with Kendell Davis-Clark, who moved to safety to plug a hole in the depth chart. The cornerback by trade says he doesn't mind helping out the team and has received lots of mentoring from Otis Wiley.
August 22, 2008
Claiming a starting job under the Dantonio coaching staff has not been an easy feat, yet Kendell Davis-Clark has risen up to claim the starting right corner job.
August 21, 2007
Expect Davis-Clark to land one of the two open corner positions. With a defensive scheme emphasizing blitzing, the cornerback position will often be left on an island. However, with a focus on hip technique and footwork—vital skills for the position—the naturally speedy Davis-Clark could become a Big Ten standout.
Kendell Davis-Clark had suffered an undetected dislocated jaw injury. Trainers popped the jaw back into place - a painful procedure - but Davis stepped right back into drills.
August 26, 2006
You don't have to remind MSU fans of the need to have quality depth in the secondary. Visions of Michigan's Braylon Edwards jumping into the air and snaring pass after pass against a depleted MSU backline are still playing like a bad dream in Spartans fans heads.
August 24, 2006
Davis found out that a English class he took in his freshman year at Alliance high school in Canton, OH didn't meet the NCAA clearinghouse eligibility requirements leaving him one credit short of meeting NCAA requirements.
Michigan State has received verbal commitments from two of the top 100 players in the Midwest and is in the mix for two of their most heavily coveted offensive lineman after this weekend's recruiting visits.
December 14, 2004