The Backup: Cole Davis emerges as fan favorite at backup quarterback
FARGO -- NDSU's Cole Davis is a rare breed in college football.
Davis is a quarterback that's played four years at one school and never started a game, but he refuses to let that stat define him.
He scored his first career touchdown in the season opening win over Mississippi Valley State, then got injured just a few weeks later against Robert Morris.
Davis suffered an AC shoulder separation, causing him to miss two months of his senior season.
Davis is healthy now and will suit up on Saturday.
He says he's not sure if he'll return to his holding duties Saturday in his first game back from injury.