The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football team capped its spring workouts Friday night with the annual Blue/Gold game at Finley Stadium, with the blue team, made up mostly of second-string offensive players and starting defenders, claimed a 24-10 win.
Former Red Bank all-state player Keionta Davis, a rising sophomore end, was named defensive MVP after having two sacks, a tackle for loss and a pass breakup. He was also given the Bob Davis Winter Warrior award for his offseason workout and spring performance, while sophomore receiver C.J. Board was named offensive MVP for his six-catch, 111-yard performance.
The Mocs also received their Southern Conference championship rings following the game.
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