Curtis Reed Davis Death | Curtis Reed Davis Obituary – A three year letterwinner and former athletics administrator for Ole Miss, Curtis Reed Davis has died. He died in his home in Oxford on Tuesday, 28th of July 2020. A native of Morton, Mississippi, and a 1968 Ole Miss graduate, Davis, 78, played football for Coach Johnny Vaught’s Rebels as an offensive and defensive end from 1961-63. He was a member of two Sugar Bowl teams and a Cotton Bowl team.
According to D1SportsNet (@d1sportsnet), Davis helped lead Ole Miss to a 25-1-2 record on the way to two Southeastern Conference titles. The 1962 squad went undefeated at 10-0 and earned a share of the national championship.In 2001, Davis was honored by the Ole Miss Chapter of the National Football Foundation with its Distinguished American Award, which is presented annually to individuals who have carried the lessons learned on the football field into a life of service to their fellowman.
Football Letterwinner, Former Athletics Administrator Passes Away
OXFORD, Miss. – Curtis Reed Davis, 78, a three-year letterwinner and former athletics administrator for Ole Miss, passed away Tuesday at his home in Oxford. https://t.co/2IbUW8sVJw
— D1SportsNet (@d1sportsnet) July 29, 2020
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