Cincinnati Colerain junior standout running back Chris Davis will miss the remainder of the season with a major knee injury. MRI results showed that Davis, who hurt the knee in Friday's win against Ryle (Ky.), tore every major ligament in his knee. Davis' ACL, MCL and PCL will all have to be repaired during surgery, which will likely come in two weeks when the swelling goes down. "He tore it up pretty good," Colerain coach Tom Bolden said Thursday. "It's the same injury Willis McGahee suffered when he was at Miami."
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