UNC’s Quinshad Davis will finish his career as the all-time leader in receptions and touchdown receptions at North Carolina, records that may not hold up long if Larry Fedora continues to crank out high-powered offenses.
But right now all he, his teammates and others associated with the team are worried about is Clemson, and maybe what could happen with a win in the ACC Championship Game.
When he joined The David Glenn Show days after a rivalry win against NC State, Davis said the season has been special for the whole program, even former players.
“The guys who came before us will tell us ‘Keep it up,'” said Davis. “And some of my former teammates from my freshman and sophomore years will say ‘keep doing your thing, we’re proud of y’all.'”
DG and Davis talk about the differences between this year’s NC State game and last year’s, the improved UNC defense, why he chose North Carolina and the challenge of facing No. 1 Clemson. Listen to the full interview below: