Updated at 3 p.m. ET on Apri 29:
Alabama defensive line coach Bo Davis has officially resigned from the program.
Head coach Nick Saban released a statement following the resignation: "We appreciate all the contributions (Davis) made to the program and wish him and his family the very best in the future."
Original story, posted at 1 a.m. ET on April 28:
The Crimson Tide had been reportedly been conducting an internal investigation, with the NCAA also beginning to look into the matter. David' contract was set to run through 2017, with a salary of almost half a million dollars per year.
Davis originally joined Nick Saban's staff in 2007, when he was hired as the defensive line coach. After leaving the program for Texas from 2010-2013, he returned in 2014 and helped shape one of the nation's top d-lines under Saban in 2014 and 2015.
Davis is a former All-SEC defensive lineman for LSU, playing for the Tigers from 1990-92. He joining LSU's staff in 2002 as a strength and conditioning coach before linking up with Saban when he was head coach of the Miami Dophins.Back to the Alabama Crimson Tide Newsfeed