Report: Alabama assistant Bo Davis to leave job over recruiting violations allegations
An Alabama assistant coach is expected to leave his position over allegations of recruiting violations, according to a report.
The Tuscaloosa News reports that Bo Davis, who coaches Bama’s defensive line, is expected to be fired or resign. The school is conducting an internal investigation while the NCAA has also looked into matters.
Davis was hired as an original member of Nick Saban’s coaching staff brought in for the 2007 season. He left to coach Texas from 2010-2013 but returned to Alabama for 2014 and 2015. He is signed through 2017 and makes $475,000 in salary.
Davis was an All-SEC defensive lineman for LSU in the early-’90s.