BYU Suspnds Star Athlete- For hooking up with his GF


The Heisman
May 9, 2006
Brandon Davies was dismissed from BYU's basketball team after he admitted to having sexual relations with his girlfriend, the Salt Lake Tribune reported Wednesday.

BYU's honor code forbids students from having premarital sex and instructs them to "live a chaste and virtuous life."

The newspaper reported that Davies met with school officials on Monday.

BYU officials would only confirm Wednesday that Davies wasn't involved in anything criminal that resulted in his dismissal from the team.

University spokeswoman Carri Jenkins said an honor code review is under way to determine if the BYU sophomore will be allowed to remain in school, as well as his status with the team next season.

BYU's honor code also requires students to be honest; abstain from alcoholic beverages, tobacco, tea, coffee and substance abuse; and attend church regularly.

The school announced the dismissal on Tuesday night after being made aware of the violation Monday -- the same day that BYU (27-2, 13-1 Mountain West) vaulted to No. 3 in the ESPN/USA Today and AP polls.

Davies had started 26 of 29 games and averaged 11.1 points and a team-leading 6.2 rebounds.

The sophomore was a key member of BYU's frontcourt and was instrumental in helping contain San Diego State's forwards in the Cougars' 80-67 victory over the Aztecs.

School officials said coach Dave Rose would address the issue following Wednesday's game against New Mexico.

Davies was one of Jimmer Fredette's favorite targets in the post, ran the floor well and gave the Cougars length and size inside.

Information from senior writer Andy Katz and The Associated Press was used in this report.
YOWZA!!!! And in the middle of a tourney run at that.

Why church and college should never intersect :lol:

Although since they all get married before they turn 20...
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Master Poster
Sep 4, 2009
Baltimore, MD
They were talkin' about this on my local sports station. Too funny to say the least. I understand why they did it, but at the same time they can't act like they've never sinned. It's one of those "He who has never sinned throw the first stone" type deals. S'ok, though, he could go somewhere else and lay down the pipe non-stop as long as his team is winning. :lol: