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You can't keep a good man down

You can't keep a good man down

When the California Golden Bears take the field this Saturday against Stanford in an attempt to win their sixth straight Big Game and take away something positive from the last half of the season, they'll hope to have the services of defensive end Rulon Davis, who last left a strong impression with his dominating play in the first half of the game at Arizona State, before injuring his knee.

Although injuring a knee late in the season might give some players a reason to play it safe, call it a year, and start preparing for the following season, that wouldn't be consistent with his modus operandi. "Never. This is what I do. I play football.  I don't quit on anything," said Davis. "Staying out for the rest of the season never crossed my mind, I'm not quitting on this season. I'm just...

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