Ryan Davis has been recognized as the 2011 FCS National Defensive Performer of the Year by the College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) association. This is the most notable award on a national scale for a Bethune-Cookman football player since Rashean Mathis received the 2002 Buck Buchanan Most Outstanding Defensive Player Award.
In addition to the CFPA National Defensive Player of the Year, Davis has earned spots on six separate All-American teams and was named as the 2011 MEAC Defensive Player of the Year.
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BCU kick returner and running back, Angelo Cabrera took first place in the indoor 60 meters at the Orange and Purple Winter Classic hosted by Clemson University in December. Cabrera won the event with a time of 6.77 seconds.
Former BCU Quarterbacks Coach, Joe Dailey, has rejoined his mentor Turner Gill at Liberty University.
This will be the third time Dailey has worked under Turner Gill, after serving as on-campus recruiting coordinator at Kansas in 2010. Dailey also served two years under Gill at Buffalo, one as tight ends coach and the second as offensive graduate assistant.