Mr. College Football himself Tony Barnhart joined Chris Stewart to discuss the resignation of Bo Davis and talk about the Laremy Tunsil situation that happened during the NFL Draft.

In lieu of the recent resignation of former Tide defensive line coach Bo Davis, Chris asked Barnhart his thoughts on what Davis failed to do in accordance with the alleged recruiting violations that forced him to leave the University of Alabama.

"Most of the time, it's not the crime, it's the cover-up. And based on the reporting coming out of there is that he was less than truthful when asked about this situation... If you're involved in an NCAA investigation at any level, you can say 'No comment,' you can say 'It's none of your business,' but you cannot lie."

Another hot topic over the past few days has been the Laremy Tunsil phone-being-hacked fiasco during the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft. Chris discussed this with Mr. College Football, and Barnhart gave his two cents on the matter.

"There are two view for this: the short view and the long view. The short view is that Thursday night was a disaster [for Ole Miss]... Now the long-term... what you never know is what kind of impact this has on the program. Sometimes it has none, because the guys we're talking about are gone and the investigation and how long it's going to last doesn't impact the players or the program."

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