Nick Davila fondly remembers his college days in Cincinnati
PHOENIX — Before he was the reigning MVP of arena football, Arizona Rattlers quarterback Nick Davila was a college hero in Cincinnati.
In the 12 games that he played, Davila was the starter only in two of them. However in those two starts, Davila helped put Cincinnati on the map with two signature wins.
The first signature win came against Ray Rice and the #7 ranked Scarket Knights of Rutgers in front of a national audience on ESPN, and on Senior Night no less. Davila was 11 of 15 for 277 yards, which is an average of 18.5 yards per attempt. He ran in the first touchdown of the night and effectively sealed the victory with his pass to Brent Celek
The second signature win came in the first bowl game ever played in Canada. Davila threw for 214 yards and two touchdowns in a close and exciting 27-24 win over Western Michigan.
That year was the start of out current run.