By Andy Sneddon, CMUChippewas.com
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. - Central Michigan wide receiver Titus Davis was named to the Associated Press All-Bowl Team, released Wednesday.
Davis, a senior from Wheaton, Ill., caught six passes for 137 yards and scored a CMU-record four touchdowns in the Chippewas' 49-48 loss to Western Kentucky in the Bahamas Bowl.
Davis' final touchdown capped the play of the bowl season, CMU's Hail Mary lateral. Davis went the final 15 yards as time expired on a play that covered 75 yards and included three laterals.
Davis, who has been invited to play in the East-West Shrine Game along with teammate Leterrius Walton, finished his collegiate career as CMU's all-time leader in receiving yardage (3,705), career TD receptions (37) and TD receptions in a season (13).
He is the first receiver in Football Bowl Subdivision history to catch at least eight TD passes in each of his four collegiate seasons, and his four TD catches in the Bahamas Bowl tied a FBS bowl record.
Players from all 38 bowl games considered by Associated Press editors.