The NCAA hits former Alabama defensive line coach Bo Davis with a two-year show cause order for this:
According to the NCAA, Davis knowingly committed a recruiting violation when he took part in an impermissible meeting with four prospective recruits that was pre-arranged by a booster.
Davis then provided false or misleading information about the meeting and the booster’s involvement when questioned by Alabama and the NCAA, according to the NCAA.
His former employer? Well, there’s a slight inconvenience, self-imposed.
Alabama had already self-imposed three penalties, a $5,000 fine, disassociation from the booster and restricting Davis and his replacement, Karl Dunbar, from off-campus recruiting or telephone contact with recruits from April 22, 2016 through May 31, 2016.
Oof. That’s rough. For the booster, I mean.