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UTSA Announces the Hiring of 2016 National Recruiter of the Year Bo Davis

Defensive line guru Bo Davis will seek to restart his career at UTSA. Just a few weeks after losing their top recruiter and defensive line coach Eric Henderson to the Los Angeles Chargers, UTSA head coach Frank Wilson has managed to find a way to upgrade the program’s coaching talent at the position. One of the most decorated position coaches in college football, Bo Davis’ hiring...
Via Underdog Dynasty
14 hours ago

Former Alabama DL coach Bo Davis lands new coaching gig at UTSA

Former Alabama defensive line coach Bo Davis has a new college coaching job. UTSA, which is coached by former long-time LSU assistant Frank Wilson, announced the hiring of Davis as its defensive line coach on Wednesday. Davis is maligned in the Alabama football community for his 2014 brush with the NCAA over an improper visit with recruits. He ultimately resigned from his position...
Via SEC Country
15 hours ago

REPORT: Alabama Paid Off Bo Davis After Resignation

Reports have surfaced that Alabama paid former defensive line coach Bo Davis close to $317,000 after his resignation during an NCAA investigation into recruiting violations. According to the Tuscaloosa News, Davis was paid $316,666.66 in August after having resigned on April 28. Alabama spokeswoman Monica Greppin Watts said the payment was to resolve the dispute related to Davis’...
Via Gamedayr
October 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Alabama coach Bo Davis allegedly resigned over impermissible contact with recruits

One of Alabama’s most important coaches and recruiters, Bo Davis, surprisingly and abruptly resigned his position on Friday night. Not many details were given for his resignation, but on Sunday details did begin to emerge and it appears recruiting violations are at the heart of his resignation. According to Matt Zenitz of AL.com, Davis’ resignation came after he was confronted...
Via The Comeback
May 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Alabama assistant coach resigns amid cloud of recruiting violations

Bo Davis, who has served two stints on Nick Saban's staffs, resigned Friday as Alabama's D-line coach. "Bo Davis has submitted his letter of resignation," Saban said."We appreciate all the contributions he made to the program and wish him and his family the very best in the future."Word is, Davis stepped down in the wake of possible recruiting violations as the Tuscaloosa News reported...
Via FOX Sports
April 29, 2016  |  Discuss

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...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Alabama’s Defensive Line Coach ‘Doesn’t Give A (Expletive) How Cold It Is’ At Practice Today

It’s somewhat cold in Tuscaloosa, Ala., this afternoon. AccuWeather.com says it’s 50 degrees, but it feels more like 43 degrees.  That’s pretty chilly for an Alabama football team that mainly practices and plays in warm weather.  Crimson Tide defensive line coach Bo Davis doesn’t care.  Alabama DL coach Bo Davis getting after the DL today: “I don’t give a f*@k if...
Via College Spun
November 19, 2014  |  Discuss

D-line coach Davis leaves USC for Alabama six days after being hired

Southern California defensive line coach Bo Davis is leaving to work at Alabama six days after his hiring. USC announced Monday that Davis was leaving for a similar position with the Crimson Tide. Alabama does not announce such hires until coaches have signed contracts. Trojans coach Steve Sarkisian says he ''will move forward and find a great coach for our defensive line.'' Alabama...
Via Associated Press
January 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Alabama hires USC defensive line coach Bo Davis

Southern California defensive line coach Bo Davis is leaving to work at Alabama six days after his hiring. USC announced Monday that Davis was leaving for a similar position with the Crimson Tide. Alabama does not announce such hires until coaches have signed contracts. Trojans coach Steve Sarkisian says he ''will move forward and find a great coach for our defensive line.'' Alabama...
Via Associated Press
January 13, 2014  |  Discuss

With DL coach Davis out, could Orgeron return to USC?

Did you hear that? Those are the "Coach O" chants singing loudly from the USC faithful. It seems like he never left. The door was supposed to be shut last week when Steve Sarkisian announced Bo Davis accepted a position as USC's defensive line coach. Plans change. Davis has had a change of heart. Sarkisian noted "family reasons" as the reason Davis has withdrawn his commitment to...
Via Fox Sports West
January 13, 2014  |  Discuss
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