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Davis: "It was Real Sweet"

Davis: "It was Real Sweet"

Having never experienced a live college football game before, Michigan defensive tackle Carl Davis knew he was in for a real treat. Getting an up-close seat for Wisconsin's 28-20 season-opening win, Davis' visit couldn't have gone any better.

MADISON - As the Badgers opened their season with a 28-20 victory over the Northern Illinois Huskies, the Badgers had what could have been their biggest recruiting weekend of the season. There were many official and unofficial visitors for the game, which included Carl Davis. Davis, a 300-pound defensive tackle from Sterling Heights (Mich.), made the trek to Madison for his first live college...

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