New Mexico football coach Bob Davie hospitalized after ‘serious medical incident’
New Mexico football coach Bob Davie was hospitalized with what the UNM athletic director called a ‘serious medical incident’ shortly after his team’s 39-31 win over Sam Houston State.
Lobo beat writers reported that Davies had “heart trouble” and “chest pains.” Rick Wright of the Albuquerque Journal wrote that Davie “could be seen at several points during the game on the UNM sideline with his hands on his midsection and chest. At one point, Davie kneeled down during the action.”
Davie, 64, has been the New Mexico coach since 2012, and was the Notre Dame coach from 1997-2001.