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Report: New Mexico's Bob Davie investigated for player mistreatment

theScore logo theScore 9/13/2017

© Troy Babbitt / USA TODAY Sports New Mexico head coach Bob Davie is being investigated for allegations of player mistreatment and concerns that he may have compromised the drug-testing process for players, sources told Daniel Libit of NMFishbowl.com.

A university spokesperson confirmed the school has launched an investigation involving the athletic department, but offered no additional details. New Mexico reportedly hired an outside investigator to conduct the probe.

Davie, 62, is in his sixth season with the Lobos. He's helped turn around a program that was one of the worst in the country when he inherited it. New Mexico posted a 9-4 record last season, winning a division title in the Mountain West Conference and a bowl game along the way.

The Lobos are off to a 1-1 start this season and are set to visit Boise State on Thursday.

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