By Aaron Suttles and Cecil Hurt
The University of Alabama is expected to receive the NCAA’s findings stemming from its investigation of former assistant coach Bo Davis today, The Tuscaloosa News has learned.
Davis, who resigned from Alabama as defensive line coach in April 2016, was alleged to have visited out-of-state prospective student-athletes at a time of year during the recruiting calendar when coaches aren’t allowed to contact recruits. When questioned about the visits, Davis was found to be untruthful to both UA and to the NCAA.
He chose to resign, rather than be fired, following spring practice last year. Karl Dunbar replaced Davis as the Crimson Tide’s defensive line coach.
Davis did not coach during the 2016 season, but was hired in February by the University of Texas at San Antonio to serve as the defensive line coach.
The investigation did not go before the NCAA Committee of Infractions.
This report will be updated.
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