Spurrier believes that Mike Davis will be ready for South Carolina’s opener

Mike DavisLast week, Steve Spurrier said that tailback Mike Davis did not practice, and was uncertain if he would be able to start on Thursday when South Carolina take on Texas A&M in their season opener, in a match that is eagerly anticipated by many pay per head agents. But betting software services saw that that Spurrier seemed to be more positive on Sunday, and now Live betting fans are very optimistic.

“Hopefully Mike will be full speed, 100 percent by Thursday. We think he will be,” Spurrier said, “but Brandon Wilds and Shon Carson have both had really good preseason practices.”

Betting sites services remember when in 2013, Davis – who pay per head agents know is a dark horse, and a very talented one at that – amazed many Live betting fans when he rushed for 1,183 yards and scored 11 touchdowns, even though betting shop UK services saw that the player was struggling with injuries, and pay per head agents know that the player’s health will be closely monitored by the coaches and Live betting fans. If Davis is not fully fit to play, betting software services are sure that Spurrier will not think twice about looking for the services of freshman David Williams, Carson, or Wilds.

However, many betting sites and price per head services believe that considering the massive stakes that are up for the team’s game on Thursday, losing to Texas A&M could help South Carolina pull out of the East race by the middle of September. Now, betting software services expect the Heisman candidate to hit the field and make 15 to 20 carries – at the least – and the player’s Live betting fans believe that he should be able to make it.

Davis said:

Y’all really think I’m going to miss the first game ? ok

— IG Mike28Davis (@Mike28davis) August 21, 2014

Davis’ Live betting fans would definitely not like to see the player miss the game, and many are confident that he’ll be fit enough to take on Texas A&M.