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RE: Hall chose to be Receiver
From the Way back machine on Britt Davis:

A Huskie Forever
https://niuhuskies.com/news/2008/12/26/A...rever.aspx

He caught a freshmen record 42 balls for 441 yards and 3 touchdowns in his first collegiate season and caught a ball in all 12 Huskie games that season.

One of his favorite moments as a Huskie came during the 2005 campaign when the Huskies traveled to the Glass Bowl in Toledo.

"I remember watching the Toledo game on the sidelines when I was redshirting," Davis said. "They just completely whopped us the entire game and no one ever wants to lose to a hated team. That entire week, I found out what it meant to face Toledo. I circled that game on my calendar for the next year, I couldn't wait for it."

NIU had lost the last 11 matchups against the Rockets and hadn't won in Toledo since 1989. But this time the Huskie proved to be the better team and rolled to a 35-17 win.

"It was one of the best wins I've ever been a part of," he said. "It meant so much to the program, the coaches, the older guys and all the fans."
04-15-2019 07:58 AM
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