NCAA Hands Down Punishment for Former Alabama Assistant Bo Davis
Nearly a year after Bo Davis resigned as defensive line coach at The University of Alabama, the NCAA announced a two-year show-cause for the former assistant along with other penalties.
In a release, the NCAA detailed the case and why they determined that Davis acted “unethically” during the recruitment of some football prospects in Texas. The infractions led to a two-year show-cause that will impact his coaching future until April 13, 2019.
The university self-imposed a $5,000 fine and disassociated itself with the high school booster involved in the case. Alabama also had to withhold his replacement, Karl Dunbar, from off-campus recruiting and telephone contact for 39 days last April and May.
You can read the NCAA’s full release here.