Nearly one week after hiring Bo Davis away from Texas to coach the defensive line at USC, Steve Sarkisian may be in search mode once again.
— Shannon B. Terry (@sbterry247) January 13, 2014
Per 247sports.com, Davis is set to join the Alabama staff.
It will be somewhat of a homecoming for Davis, who previously coached under Nick Saban in Tuscaloosa, Ala. from 2007 to 2010.
In 2011, Davis left the Crimson Tide to join the Longhorns coaching staff where he coached defensive tackles from 2011 to 2013.
With Davis’ arrival, the Trojans figured to receive a boost in their pursuit of prospects in the southern region of the United States.
Should Davis wind up a member of the Crimson Tide as reported, it will shut the door on a whirlwind 24 hours.
On Sunday night, it was reported Ed Orgeron was closing in on becoming the next defensive line coach at Alabama.
Bruce Feldman later refuted the Oregron report on Monday and here we stand.
Losing Davis is another blow for Sarkisian, who initially had his sights set on luring Tosh Lupoi out of Washington. An NCAA investigation into possible wrongdoings by Lupoi quickly put an end to that.
In joing Lane Kiffin, Davis is the second former Trojan coach, if you wish to call him that, who will now be a member of the Crimson Tide coaching staff.