FSU linebacker Buster Davis was named to the 2006 AFCA Coaches’ All-America Team announced today by the American Football Coaches Association. Davis finished the regular season with 102 tackles for the Noles.
The award is the second of the week for Davis, coming on the heels of a First-Team All-ACC award from the Associated Press. Davis is the first Seminole to earn All-America honors from the AFCA since St. Louis Ram's first round pick Alex Barron in 2004, the first FSU defensive player since 2000 selection Jamal Reynolds at defensive end and is the first Seminole linebacker since Sam Cowart in 1997. Davis' award is the 29th won by a Florida State player and the 19th on defense.
Thursday, November 30, 2006
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