Georgia's massive Jordan Davis eager to keep opponents running away from him

University of Georgia photo / Georgia senior defensive tackle Jordan Davis would love to cap his Bulldogs career with a SEC championship, but first up is a season opener against Clemson in his hometown of Charlotte, N.C.

Senior nose tackle Jordan Davis, all 6-foot-6 and a fluctuating 340 pounds of him, is a religion major at the University of Georgia.

Davis has no plans, however, to follow the theological seminary route.

"Honestly, I just didn't want to take any math classes," a smiling Davis said last week at SEC Media Days when asked about his choice of majors. "I didn't want to take any calculus and stuff, but I also grew up loving mythology and the stories of mythology and how the world came to be through religion's eyes. Different parts of the world had different aspects, but they all kind of have similar stories."

One of the best stories unfolding in Southeastern Conference football is Davis, who envisions himself in the National Football League and in World Wrestling Entertainment after that.

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