After news of Alabama defensive line coach Bo Davis and the allegations of his involvement in NCAA recruiting violations surfaced nationwide on Thursday, it was Sid that Davis would resign or be fired within the following 24 hours.
As of this morning, Davis officially resigned from his duties as the Crimson Tide defensive line coach. The news was announced via press release from head coach Nick Saban.
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Davis was a pivotal part of Alabama’s staff, coaching up what is considered by many, one of the most talented defensive line units in college football history with the 2015 group.
On top of his general football impact, he was also a major recruiter for the Crimson Tide, winning 2015’s Recruiter of the Year with his dominance in the state of Mississippi, a state Alabama has had trouble recruiting in the past but this year adding three prospects from THe Magnolia State (Nigel Knott, Raekwon Davis and Scott Lashley).
This is a big loss for the Tide but they will continue to focus on the goal at hand, winning another title and will likely be in search of a replacement before fall camp begins in August.
Justin Wagner is the Lead Recruiting Analyst for Touchdown Alabama. You can follow him on Twitter at @jwag718.