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Dominique Davis, QB

School: East Carolina  |  Conference: C-USA
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Lakeland, FL
Height/Weight: 6-3 / 221 lbs.
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10/29/2011 - Dominique Davis ran for two touchdowns and passed for another to lead East Carolina to a 34-13 win over Tulane on Saturday. East Carolina (4-4, 3-1 Conference USA) won its third straight game, while Tulane (2-7, 1-4) lost for the second straight time under interim head coach Mark Hutson, who took over the Green Wave on Oct. 18. Davis, who finished with 329 yards on 29-of-46 passing, scored on runs of 5 and 6 yards. His touchdown pass to Lance Lewis was for 1 yard. Mike Barbour hit field goals of 35 and 20 yards for the Pirates and Michael Dobson added a late touchdown run. Tulane held a brief 10-7 led on a 7yard touchdown run by Orleans Darkwa with 13:34 left the second quarter. Darkwa rushed for 89 yards on 15 carries, while Green Wave quarterback Ryan Griffin completed 16 of 31 for 132 yards. - AP Sports

10/24/2011 - WEEK 8 CONFERENCE USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: East Carolina senior QB Dominique Davis completed 40-of-45 passes for 372 yards and two touchdowns to lead East Carolina to a 38-35 non-conference road win at Navy. He established an NCAA single-game record with 26-straight completions to open the contest (surpassing the previous standard of 23 set by Tennessee's Tee Martin against South Carolina on Oct. 31, 1998, and matched by California's Aaron Rodgers against Southern California on Oct. 9, 2004). Davis also set an NCAA record for consecutive completions in a season with 36 as he converted his final 10 consecutive throws at Memphis a week earlier (26 by Rodgers in 2004 against Oregon State/3 and Southern California/23). His completion percentage of 88.9 marked an ECU single-game record, surpassing Patrick Pinkney's 82.6 conversion rate versus Virginia Tech on Aug. 30, 2008, and it was the second highest single-game completion percentage in NCAA history among passers who had at least 40 completions (90.9 percent/40-of-44 by Texas Tech's Seth Dodge against New Mexico on Sept. 17, 2011). - Conference USA football

10/22/2011 - East Carolina quarterback Dominique Davis has set two NCAA records for successive pass completions. Davis completed his first 26 passes against Navy on Saturday, breaking the single-game record of 23 set by Tee Martin of Tennessee in 1998 and tied by Aaron Rodgers of California in 2004. After going 26 for 26 for 251 yards in the first half against Navy, Davis missed his first pass attempt in the third quarter. Davis, a 6-foot-3 senior, completed his final 10 passes last week against Memphis, giving him 36 straight completed passes-eclipsing the season mark of 26 set by Rodgers in 2004. - AP Sports

10/22/2011 - Dominique Davis had just set two NCAA passing records, and the East Carolina senior was looking for some props from the man he had just dethroned. Davis connected on all 26 of his first-half throws to extend his streak of pass completions to 36 straight over two games, and the Pirates rode his record-setting performance to a 38-35 victory over skidding Navy on Saturday night. Davis broke the single-game record of 23 straight completions, set in 1998 by Tee Martin of Tennessee against South Carolina and tied in 2004 by Aaron Rodgers of California versus Southern California. Davis completed his final 10 passes against Memphis last week, so his stunning first half against Navy gave him 36 completions in a row-breaking the NCAA mark of 26 set in 2004 by Rodgers, now a star with the Green Bay Packers. "I hope he calls me and tells me congratulations," Davis said. "Aaron Rodgers is one of my favorite quarterbacks because he's a guy just like me, coming from a junior college and going to D-1. Now he's in the NFL doing great things. It's an honor." After going 26 for 26 for 251 yards before halftime, Davis' streak ended when he misfired on his first attempt in the third quarter. He finished 40 for 45 for 372 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. - AP Sports

10/15/2011 - Dominique Davis threw for 307 yards and three touchdowns and East Carolina rallied to defeat Memphis 35-17 on Saturday night. Davis completed 28 of 37 passes, and the Pirates (2-4, 2-1 Conference USA) snapped a two-game losing streak. He also added a 1-yard scoring run in the fourth quarter. East Carolina finished with 524 yards of total offense, including 367 through the air. For Memphis (1-6, 0-3), the woes continued as the Tigers were held to 233 yards of total offense and 56 on the ground, while dropping their fourth straight. Davis completed a pair of 12-yard scoring passes, and a 58-yarder to Justin Hardy. Torrance Hunt added 98 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries for the Pirates. Memphis scored its first touchdown on Martin Ifedi's 1-yard fumble return. Taylor Reed hit Tannar Rehrer on an 8-yard TD with just over 5 minutes left for Memphis' other touchdown. - AP Sports

09/24/2011 - Dominique Davis threw three touchdowns and three interceptions as East Carolina survived a school-record seven turnovers and held on for a 28-23 win over UAB on Saturday to win its first game of the season. The Blazers (0-3, 0-2 Conference USA) remained winless and suffered a loss at quarterback with 1:09 left in the third quarter when Bryan Ellis was injured in his upper body. Ellis had to be taken off the field on a backboard. East Carolina running back Reggie Bullock rushed for 169 yards on 24 carries and a touchdown. Davis was 35 for 42 for 361 yards for the Pirates (1-2, 1-0). UAB backup quarterback Jonathan Perry led the Blazers on an 80-yard scoring drive that made the score 28-23 midway through the fourth quarter. He also led another drive that ended with a fourth-down incompletion in the end zone with 2 minutes left in the game. - AP Sports

09/22/2011 - THIS WEEK'S GAME: East Carolina at UAB, Sept. 24 - The Pirates have gotten the better of the Blazers in recent years, entering the season on a four-game winning streak. They've outscored UAB 149-82 over that stretch. KEYS TO THE GAME: Get both sides of the ball playing well at the same time. The offense looked very good against South Carolina, at least in the first half, while the defense was the only unit that came to play against Virginia Tech. UAB isn't as good as the Pirates, but are strong enough at the skill positions to have a puncher's chance at the upset unless ECU is stronger at the fundamentals. PLAYERS TO WATCH: QB Dominique Davis is coming off the worst game of his East Carolina career, being held to 127 passing yards in the loss to Virginia Tech and emerging touchdown-less for the first time in his career. He should be able to rebound against a Blazer defense that's coming off allowing 49 points to heretofore woeful Tulane. - The Sports Xchange

09/10/2011 - SCOUTING THE OFFENSE: East Carolina moved the ball up and down the field against South Carolina, but turnovers proved fatal in the opener. The Hokies don't have the size on the line that the Gamecocks do, but they have more athleticism and will aggressively attack gaps in the ECU line. Dominique Davis is going to have to use his legs as much as his arms to create space in the pocket. - The Sports Xchange

09/10/2011 - Dominique Davis accepted much of the blame for East Carolina's 17-10 loss to No. 11 Virginia Tech on Saturday. Davis and the Pirates didn't expect such a low-scoring game or weak offensive performance a week after Davis put up 260 yards in the air and four touchdowns in a loss to South Carolina. "I really didn't," Davis said. "As an offense, of course you want to score more points than 10 points." Davis was sacked five times, often waiting too long to get rid of the ball under pressure. Though he completed 20 of 38 passes, the Pirates (0-2) tallied just 127 yards in the air. "Just like I said, it's all my fault," he said of the sacks. "I should've got the ball out a little quicker." One sack in particular cost the Pirates when they held a 7-3 lead in the second quarter. With ECU facing a third-and-9 from the Virginia Tech 24, Davis got flushed out of the pocket, but didn't get rid of the ball. Virginia Tech's Jeron Gouveia-Winslow and Bruce Taylor sacked Davis for a 12-yard loss. "We knew if he couldn't throw the ball, our defensive line would be able to make plays," Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller said. "We came prepared. And he didn't have anywhere to go." The sack turned a 41-yard field goal attempt into a 53-yarder. ECU kicker Mike Barbour hit the post with 7:45 left in the first half. ECU coach Ruffin McNeill insisted Davis wasn't confused with the play-calling. "He just had a tough day, in my opinion," McNeill said. "Dominique is our leader. I'm glad he's on our football team. He's our bell cow. Everybody had a tough day." - AP Sports

09/10/2011 - THIS WEEK'S GAME: Virginia Tech at East Carolina, Sept. 10 - The Hokies and Pirates always seem to put up their fair share of plays for the highlight reel. Given both team's offensive prowess, expect the scoreboard operator to get a lot of work and the "over" to be the popular way to bet. KEYS TO THE GAME: Stop people and hold on to the ball. East Carolina led South Carolina at the half before fading, and if they can do that, there's no reason the Pirates can't stay with Virginia Tech as well. But anything close to the five turnovers the team committed against the Gamecocks, and this will be over early. PLAYERS TO WATCH: QB Dominique Davis - In the 2010 meeting with the Hokies, Davis completed 30 of his 44 passes but totaled a pedestrian 251 yards and was intercepted twice. Making better decisions under pressure will be critical for his team's hope for a better result than last year's 49-27 defeat. - The Sports Xchange

09/04/2011 - Dominique Davis can't stop thinking about East Carolina's prospects this season, even after a disheartening loss to No. 12 South Carolina. The Pirates held a 17-0 lead and were up 24-14 at the half before falling 56-37 on Saturday night. The game turned for East Carolina during the first five minutes of the third quarter when the Gamecocks converted three fumbles into three touchdowns. South Carolina didn't fall behind again. "That's what hurts," Davis said. But "that's what makes this offense exciting, though. Those are things you can correct." The Pirates hope to do that in a hurry. They take on No. 13 Virginia Tech next week. "I wish we could practice right now," East Carolina coach Ruffin McNeill said. Davis is a sophomore coming off a season where he threw for 3,967 yards and 37 touchdowns. He was certainly the most productive quarterback in this game with 260 yards and four touchdowns against the Gamecocks. Davis said he's not going to let the Pirates hang their heads about the turnaround. "The team is very positive," he said. "We're so excited about what we can do if we just be ourselves. "We're going to go to work this week." - AP Sports

09/03/2011 - THIS WEEK'S GAME: South Carolina vs. East Carolina at Charlotte, Sept. 3 - If you're not familiar with East Carolina football, this seems like a mismatch between an SEC power and a Conference USA foe that barely made a bowl game last year. But the Pirates have been at their best against BCS teams in recent years, and the Gamecocks certainly aren't taking them for granted. KEYS TO THE GAME: Win the turnover battle. This has been a common theme of Pirate practices leading into the opener, and for good reason. ECU's going to get blown out if it turns the ball over, but if it can take advantage of South Carolina mistakes it has the firepower to stay in the game with anyone. PLAYERS TO WATCH: QB Dominique Davis has put up huge numbers in his East Carolina career thus far. For his team to improve on 2010's 6-7 record in his senior year, however, he'll need to make better decisions when under defensive pressure. The Gamecocks will certainly offer him plenty of practice in those situations. - The Sports Xchange

08/16/2011 - 2011 PRESEASON MANNING AWARD WATCH LIST: Dominique Davis, SR, East Carolina, has been selected one of 31 quarterbacks named to preseason Manning Award watchlist for the 2011 college football season. The Manning Award was created by the Allstate Sugar Bowl in honor of the college football accomplishments of Archie, Peyton and Eli Manning. It is the only quarterback award that includes the candidates' bowl performances in its balloting. A year ago, the Lakeland, Fla., native established East Carolina single-season records in touchdown passes (37), attempts (609), completions (393), passing yards (3,967), passing yards per game (305.2), total offensive plays (688), total offensive yardage (4,108) and total offensive yards per game (316.0). The TD tosses were the sixth most in a year by a Conference USA quarterback while the attempts and completions were the second and third most, respectively, by a C-USA signal caller in a year. - East Carolina football

07/19/2011 - 2011 DAVEY O'BRIEN PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Dominique Davis, East Carolina, C-USA, has been named one of 38 of the nation's top collegiate quarterbacks selected to the 2011 Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award Preseason Watch List based on player performance during the previous year and expectations heading into the 2011 college football season. The Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award (The O'Brien) is presented annually to the nation's best college quarterback and is the oldest and most prestigious national quarterback award. The recognition follows a record-breaking year in which Davis helped the Pirates set 22 program standards, including points scored (478), points per game (36.8) and total touchdowns (62). The Conference USA Newcomer-of-the-Year and Rivals.com league MVP established East Carolina single-season records in touchdown passes (37), attempts (609), completions (393), passing yards (3,967), passing yards per game (305.2), total offensive plays (688), total offensive yardage (4,108) and total offensive yards per game (316.0). - East Carolina football

07/08/2011 - 2011 MAXWELL AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Dominique Davis, East Carolina, QB, Sr., has been selected by the The Maxwell Football Club to the 2011 Watch list for the Maxwell Award, which has annually honored college football's most outstanding player since 1937. Semifinalists for the Maxwell will be announced October 31st and the three finalists will be unveiled November 21st. Davis made an immediate impact in 2010 after transferring from Fort Scott Community College, turning in a record-breaking campaign during his first season with the Pirates. He was named the Conference USA Newcomer-of-the-Year by league head coaches in addition to being the Rivals.com C-USA MVP, C-USA Offensive MVP and a First-Team All-C-USA pick. A year ago, the Lakeland, Fla., native established East Carolina single-season records in touchdown passes (37), attempts (609), completions (393), passing yards (3,967), passing yards per game (305.2), total offensive plays (688), total offensive yardage (4,108) and total offensive yards per game (316.0). The TD tosses were the sixth most in a year by a Conference USA quarterback while the attempts and completions were the second and third most, respectively, by a C-USA signal caller in a year. At the FBS level, Davis was one of only four quarterbacks to average more than 300 passing yards per game. He ended the year leading all FBS players in completions per game (30.2), stood second in points per game responsible for (21.4) and third in touchdown passes. - East Carolina football

06/11/2011 - PLAYERS TO WATCH IN 2011: QB Dominique Davis - The Conference USA Newcomer of the Year in 2010, Davis passed for a school-record 3,967 yards despite not even hitting the practice field until Aug. 6. The Boston College transfer should be even better with a full year of work in Lincoln Riley's system behind him. However, he does lose his favorite target in Dwayne Harris, and he will hope that the offensive line can keep him from getting bounced around as he was in his first season under center. - The Sports Xchange

12/29/2010 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: QB Dominique Davis has rewritten the record books at ECU in his first season as the starter accounted for 45 of the team's 58 touchdowns either through the air or by running the ball. When he's at his best, the Pirates offense is hard to stop. When he gets out of rhythm, however, ECU can struggle until he gets it back. - The Sports Xchange

12/11/2010 - 2010 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): QB-Dominique Davis, Jr., East Carolina, has been selected All-Conference USA Honorable Mention for the 2010 college football season as selected by the league's 12 head football coaches. Davis, the trigger man for the Pirates' offense, has set East Carolina single-season records for attempts (552), completions (358), passing yards (3,699) and touchdown passes (36). The 36 TD tosses are tied for the sixth most in a year by a C-USA quarterback. Helping him reach 36 were the UAB, Navy and Tulsa games, when he tied the school record with five touchdown passes. Davis is one of four quarterbacks at the FBS level averaging over 300 yards passing per contest (308.2) and has thrown for more than 100 yards in a quarter 13 times. He is the league leader in 300-yard passing games this season with eight, three more than any other C-USA quarterback. Following strong performances against Tulsa and N.C. State, Davis was selected as the Sept. 6 and Oct. 18 league offensive player-of-the-week. - East Carolina football

12/08/2010 - 2010 CONFERENCE USA NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Junior QB Dominique Davis of East Carolina garnered the league's Newcomer of the Year award. He has established East Carolina single-season records in touchdown passes (36), attempts (552), completions (358) and passing yards (3,699) this fall. The 36 TD passes are tied for the sixth-most in a year by a Conference USA quarterback, while his attempts and completions this season are the second and third most, respectively, by a C-USA signal-caller. Davis leads C-USA in passing yards per game (308.2) and stands second in total offensive yards per game (320.1). He is one of four QBs at the FBS level averaging 300+ passing yards per game. Davis has accounted for 45 of the team's 58 offensive touchdowns and leads all FBS players in points per game responsible for (22.7) and completions per game (29.8) while tying for the lead in total touchdown passes (36). - Conference USA football

11/29/2010 - LOOKING GOOD: The Pirates again were able to move the ball in crunchtime, scoring three fourth-quarter touchdowns to force overtimes. East Carolina is one of the deadliest teams in the country in the red zone, and was strong again the home finale. The Pirates scored on six of its seven opportunities in the red zone against SMU, and is 53-58 inside the 20 on the season. QB Dominique Davis threw for 314 yards and a pair of touchdowns despite battling an injury to his non-throwing shoulder suffered two games ago against UAB. The extra rest should help be closer to full strength for the postseason. RB Jonathan Williams had a strong game on the ground, with 87 yards and a pair of touchdowns. However, he also lost his fifth fumble of the season, which was returned for an SMU touchdown. - The Sports Xchange

11/29/2010 - Even at 6-6, the Pirates aren't an unattractive bowl team. Despite its two-game losing streak entering the postseason, East Carolina's high-powered offense will put on a show for whatever postseason destination will have them. The defense will do its part to be entertaining as well, by giving up points. And that is why the Pirates find themselves playing the waiting game this week instead of preparing for the conference championship game as it has the past two seasons. Dominique Davis leads a passing attack that averages nearly 320 yards per game, and scores an average of more than 38 points every time out. The Pirates are always explosive and never out of a game, regardless of how many points the team is down and how little time is left. It proved that again on Friday, scoring three touchdowns in the fourth quarter, including two in the final 5:12, to force overtime against Southern Methodist. Against the winners of the C-USA West Division, the Pirates were able to drive downfield and mount what would have been an extraordinary comeback ... had the team been able to complete it. Instead, the Pirates gave up the touchdown in overtime that wound up being the deciding margin, after its three TDs allowed in the third quarter dug the team the hole it had to come out of to begin with. That's no shock. East Carolina is 118th out of the 120 Division I teams in scoring defense, allowing an average of 43.42 points per game. - The Sports Xchange

11/22/2010 - The Pirates may be bowl eligible, but any possibility of extending the team's two-year streak of Conference USA championships vanished with Saturday's 62-38 loss at Rice. As has been the pattern for East Carolina much of the season, one of the big issues was that the defense couldn't stop the opposition. In this case, the Wildcat ate up the Pirates to the tune of 410 rushing yards. "The Wildcat ... we knew about that, prepared for it and worked on it. They out-executed us, so my hat is off to Rice," East Carolina coach Ruffin McNeill said. Rice entered the game with a 2-8 record, already eliminated from any possibility of postseason play, and East Carolina was hoping to jump on top early and hope that the Owls would lose heart. Instead, Rice scored touchdowns on its first five drives in the first half. While the Pirates closed to within 34-28 at halftime, the Owls scored on their first four drives of the second half to keep East Carolina at bay. "We wanted a quick start, and it was just the opposite; we got off to a slow start," McNeill said. "They executed on offense, and did some good things on defense." The Pirates still have one more game to play, squaring off against Southern Methodist on Friday. A win would put the team in better position for a bowl bid, but thanks to its loss and Central Florida's victory over Tulane there won't be anything else at stake. East Carolina's 38 points against Rice gave the Pirates 420 points on the season, a school record. It is averaging 44 points through seven Conference USA games. - The Sports Xchange

11/15/2010 - The Pirates became bowl-eligible by beating UAB 54-42, but of more immediate gratification is that it came back from both a two-game losing streak and a second-half deficit. That victory, coupled with Central Florida's loss to Southern Mississippi, keeps the Pirates' hopes for a third consecutive Conference USA title alive. East Carolina and UCF are tied atop the West division with 5-1 league records, though the Knights have the tiebreaker as the result of their head-to-head victory. "We played very well as a team tonight. We have our spirit back," coach Ruffin McNeill said. "It was very important for us to become bowl eligible." As always, the offense led the way. But most impressively, it did so late, at a time when a team playing its third tough game in a row and its second game in five days might be expected to wear down. The Pirates outscored the Blazers 27-7 in the fourth quarter to come away with the 12-point win. And the defense and special teams came through as well. After the Pirates closed to within 42-40, the defense forced a three-and-out. East Carolina scored to take the lead and forced a fumble on the kickoff, which Rahkeem Morgan fell on deep in Blazers territory. The Pirates scored an insurance touchdown, and the defense picked off a pass on the next possession to salt the game away. With two games left in the season, East Carolina still needs help to win the Conference USA title. But thanks to its comeback over UAB, it needs a lot less help than it did a week ago. - The Sports Xchange

11/15/2010 - Dominique Davis' five touchdown passes against UAB gives him 31 on the season. With at least two games left in the season, he already is the school's record-holder for touchdowns in a single season, breaking the mark of 28 set by Jeff Blake in 1991. Davis left the game briefly in the third quarter with an injury to his non-throwing shoulder, and backup Brad Wornick led the Pirates to a field goal on the subsequent drive. Davis subsequently returned to the game and engineered the comeback victory. - The Sports Xchange

11/12/2010 - Dominique Davis threw for 331 yards and five touchdowns to give East Carolina a 54-42 win over UAB on Thursday night. The Pirates (6-4, 5-1 Conference USA) became bowl-eligible. They trailed 42-34 with less than nine minutes to play, but a 56-yard punt return and a fumbled kickoff by UAB helped them close the gap quickly. Jonathan Williams had five catches for 115 yards and 14 carries for 82 yards and another score for East Carolina. Bryan Ellis threw for 418 yards and five touchdowns for the Blazers (3-7, 2-4). The teams put up 1,041 yards of total offense.- AP Sports

11/11/2010 - THIS WEEK'S GAME: East Carolina at UAB, Nov. 11 The Pirates (5-4, 4-1 in Conference USA) have lost two in a row and are coming off a blowout loss to Navy. But UAB is struggling as well, and lost at home to Marshall by two touchdowns a week ago. KEYS TO THE GAME: The defense has to do a much better job of stopping the run than it did against Navy. That is non-negotiable. But the offense has work to do as well it has to be more careful with the football than it was in the third quarter, when it fumbled three times in a row to secure the loss. PLAYERS TO WATCH: Quarterback Dominique Davis has thrown 26 touchdown passes through the season's first nine games. That's just two off the school record, set by former NFL quarterback Jeff Blake in 1991. - The Sports Xchange

11/11/2010 - They say that the best thing to do after being thrown from a horse is to jump right back on. In that sense, maybe it's a good thing that East Carolina doesn't have much time to dwell on Saturday's 76-35 loss to Navy. The Pirates follow the loss to the Midshipmen with a Thursday night trip to Birmingham to play UAB. They enter on a two-game losing streak, and in desperate need of a win if they hope to keep their chances at a third consecutive Conference USA crown alive. "The kids, as well as the coaches, were told to move on," coach Ruffin McNeill said at his Monday press conference. "We'll get ready for Navy next year when we see them. I'm already looking forward to that game." In the meantime, the Pirates take on the Blazers, and a very familiar face for McNeill. UAB coach Neil Callaway was an assistant at East Carolina for McNeill's junior and senior seasons. "He was in the dorm at that time. For a married coach, that probably wasn't much fun trying to keep all of us in order," McNeill recalled. Reminiscing aside, at least the Blazers also are facing a short week after losing to Marshall 31-17 on Saturday. Whoever can recover from the disappointment fastest may have the best chance at winning. "The biggest thing this week is to make sure we have great focus," McNeill said. "We always have to have good focus, but with the short turnaround, we have to have tremendous focus." - The Sports Xchange

11/08/2010 - LOOKING GOOD: East Carolina put up some offense, for sure. Its 567 yards of total offense included 413 passing yards. It also did well when it got in the red zone, scoring touchdowns on five of its six opportunities. Harris left the game briefly with a back injury, but returned to catch his second touchdown pass of the game in the fourth quarter. - The Sports Xchange

11/08/2010 - GAME BALL GOES TO: QB Dominique Davis put up some impressive numbers in the 76-35 defeat. He set school records for pass attempts (65) and completions (43), and had he thrown for just one more yard he would have tied David Garrard for the school record. His five touchdown passes tied the school record ... which he already co-owned, thanks to his five TDs against Tulsa in the season opener. Jeff Blake is the other Pirate with that many touchdown passes in a game. - The Sports Xchange

 
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10/29/2011 - Dominique Davis ran for two touchdowns and passed for another to lead East Carolina to a 34-13 win over Tulane on Saturday. East Carolina (4-4, 3-1 Conference USA) won its third straight game, while Tulane (2-7, 1-4) lost for the second straight time under interim head coach Mark Hutson, who took over the Green Wave on Oct. 18. Davis, who finished with 329 yards on 29-of-46 passing, scored on runs of 5 and 6 yards. His touchdown pass to Lance Lewis was for 1 yard. Mike Barbour hit field goals of 35 and 20 yards for the Pirates and Michael Dobson added a late touchdown run. Tulane held a brief 10-7 led on a 7yard touchdown run by Orleans Darkwa with 13:34 left the second quarter. Darkwa rushed for 89 yards on 15 carries, while Green Wave quarterback Ryan Griffin completed 16 of 31 for 132 yards. - AP Sports

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