LSU Gold
Running Back
Breaux Bridge, La.
High School
Breaux Bridge HS

2002 Second Team All-SEC All-Purpose (AP)
2002 Second Team All-SEC Return Specialist (SEC Coaches)
2002 Second Team All-SEC Running Back (SEC Coaches)
1999 Second Team Freshman All-America (The Sporting News)
1999 Freshman All-SEC (Knoxville News-Sentinel)

Played in 46 games with 13 starts at running back … Finished his career as LSU’s all-time record holder in punt returns (1,126) and kickoff returns (2,168) … Ranked third in SEC history in kickoff return yards and is sixth in punt return yards … Holds the SEC record for combined return yardage (3,294) … Ranked second in LSU history and third in SEC history with 5,743 all-purpose yards … Finished career with 2,056 rushing yards, the 10th highest total in LSU history … Scored 20 rushing TD’s during his four years at LSU … Ranked second in SEC history with 95 career kickoff returns and ranked ninth in league history in punt returns with 94 … Holds the LSU record in both categories … Had five 100-yard rushing games in career and LSU was 5-0 in those games … Finished with 30 100-yard all-purpose games with six of those times being 200 yards games … Returned two punts for TD’s during career – 1 vs. Ole Miss in 2001 and 1 vs. Mississippi State in 2002.

One of the most dangerous all-purpose backs in college football … Second Team All-SEC as both a running back and return specialist … Ranked first in the SEC and sixth in the nation with 163.1 all-purpose yards a contest … Finished second in the SEC in punt return average (13.9) and was seventh in kickoff return average (23.3) and rushing (71.6) … Led the Tigers in rushing with 931 yards and seven TD’s … Set the SEC and LSU single-season mark for all-purpose yards with 2,120, breaking the previous mark of 2,109 set by Kevin Faulk in 1998 … Finished season with 560 yards in kickoff returns, 499 yards in punt returns and 130 yards receiving … The 499 punt return yards ranked second in LSU history, trailing Pinky Rohm’s 539 set in 1937 … Capped season with 206 all-purpose yards (85 rushing, 31 receiving, 90 kickoff returns) vs. Texas in the Cotton Bowl … Scored on a 10-yard run against Texas … Had a pair of 100-yard rushing games in wins over Mississippi State and South Carolina … Rushed for a career-high tying 122 yards vs. Mississippi State and had 113 yards vs. South Carolina … Returned a punt 78 yards for a TD in win over Mississippi State … Posted a career-best 286 all-purpose yards vs. Mississippi State and had 11 100-yard plus all-purpose games in 2002 … Went over 200 all-purpose yards in 2002 four times … Participant in the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala.

Player who did it all for the Tigers … Started on both sides of the ball as well as returned punts and kickoffs for LSU … Started at tailback against Illinois in the Sugar Bowl and responded with 122 yards rushing and a Sugar Bowl record four rushing touchdowns in the 47-34 LSU win … Also returned three punts for 36 yards and four kickoffs for 103 yards in the Sugar Bowl … Scored on runs of 25, 16 and four (twice) in the Sugar Bowl … Filled in for the injured Toefield in the SEC Championship game and rushed for 78 yards and LSU’s final touchdown, a 1-yard plunge on fourth-and-1 with less than three minutes to play in the contest … Finished with 149 all-purpose yards vs. Tennessee (78 rush, 29 PR, 42 KR) … In regular-season, rushed for 406 yards and five TD’s for the Tigers … Led the SEC in punt return average with 13.8 per return … Returned 19 punts for 263 yards … Had 22 kickoff returns for 418 yards … Rushed for 49 yards and one TD vs. Auburn … Missed most of Alabama game with an ankle injury … Returned vs. Middle Tennessee to rush for 49 yards … Also caught a 25-yard TD pass vs. Middle Tennessee … Started for first time on offense vs. Ole Miss and responded with 99 yards on 21 carries … Finished with 266 all-purpose yards (99 rush, 15 receiving, 89 PR, 63 KR) vs. Ole Miss – the fifth- best total in school history … Returned a punt 71 yards for a TD vs. Ole Miss, the first return for a TD in career … Had six tackles and one QB pressure on defense … Started as LSU’s sixth defensive back in win over Kentucky … Rushed for 46 yards and one TD in win over Miss. State … Missed Utah State game with a knee injury … Missed most of last quarter of Ole Miss game with an ankle injury.

Ranked third in the SEC and 25th nationally in kickoff returns with a 23.8 average and was third in punt returns in the league and 34th nationally with an 11.0 average … Averaged 130.5 all- purpose yards a contest, a number that ranked fifth in the SEC and 35th in the nation … Totaled 572 yards on 24 kickoff returns and had 298 yards on 27 punt returns … Ranked as LSU’s second-leading rusher with 445 yards and five touchdowns on 123 carries … Had a 48-yard kickoff return vs. Houston and a 46-yarder vs. Alabama … Season-long punt return was 30-yarder against Florida … Rushed for 79 yards and two TD’s in overtime win over 13th-ranked Mississippi State … Answered the call against Ole Miss when starter LaBrandon Toefield went down with a knee injury in first quarter vs. the Rebels … Filled in for Toefield and rushed for a season-best 106 yards and two touchdowns on a career-high 25 carries in the 20-9 win over Ole Miss … Had 226 all-purpose yards against UAB and 193 against Florida.

A second team Freshman All-American as a return specialist in 1999 … The Tigers’ second leading rusher in 1999, playing behind senior Rondell Mealey … He played in all 11 games and was the featured return specialist for the Tigers … Set LSU records for most kickoff returns in a season with 25 and most kickoff return yards in a season with 618, breaking records set by Robert Dow in 1975 … Had 64 carries for 274 yards and three touchdowns and caught 13 passes for 94 yards for the year … Averaged 5.5 yards per punt return and 24.7 yards per kickoff return, including a long return for 56 yards … Was fourth in the SEC in kickoff return average per game …Ranked second on the team in all-purpose yardage with 1,052 yards (95.6 yds/per game) … Ran for 109 yards on 17 attempts against North Texas, including a touchdown … Made the Knoxville News-Sentinel SEC All-Freshman Team and the Sporting News Freshman All-America Team.

Class 3A All-State … Class 3A Defensive MVP … 6-3A All District Offensive and Defensive MVP … Ranked No. 29 on The Sporting News Top 100 … Led team to District 6-3A title and quarterfinals of Class 3A playoffs … Member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Super Southern 100, The Advocate’s Super Dozen, the Times Picayune’s Top 20 Blue Chip List, Tiger Rag’s Dirty Dozen, Purple & Gold’s Great Eight, Louisiana Football Magazine’s All-Louisiana Team … Senior year had 2,204 all-purpose yards … Averaged 25.8 yards per punt return and 41.2 yards on kickoffs, returned three kickoffs and two punts for TD’s … Rushed for 1,242 yards and 20 TD’s … At cornerback, made 104 tackles and had nine interceptions … Coached in high school by Mike Mowad.

Born Oct. 1, 1980, in Lafayette, La. … Father is Timothy Broussard and mom is Angela Davis … Has two brothers, Wallace and Tim and one sister, Precious … Is an outstanding artist … Breeds pit bulls and even has a pit bull tattooed on his chest … Majoring in general studies.

Domanick Davis’ Career Rushing and Receiving Totals

Year Class G-GS Att. Yds. TD Rec. Yds. TD Total Avg.
1999 Fr. 11-0 64 274 3 13 94 0 1,052 95.6
2000 So. 11-1 123 445 5 9 120 0 1,435 130.5
2001 Jr. 11-1 75 406 5 3 49 1 1,136 94.7
2002 Sr. 13-11 193 931 7 16 130 0 2,120 163.1
TOTALS   46-13 455 2,056 20 41 393 1 5,743 122.2
  KO Returns Punt Returns
Year Ret. Yds. TD Ret. Yds. TD
1999 25 618 0 12 66 0
2000 24 572 0 27 298 0
2001 22 418 0 19 263 1
2002 24 560 0 36 499 1
TOTALS 95 2,168 0 94 1,126 2
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