New Mexico’s Bob Davie hospitalized with ‘heart trouble’ after win vs. Sam Houston, report says

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New Mexico had quite the scare following its 39-31 victory over Sam Houston State on Saturday.

The Lobos’ head coach Bob Davie was taken to the hospital following the contest due to heart trouble, according to a report from the Albuquerque Journal.

“We ask that you keep the Davie family in your prayers,” athletic director Eddie Nunez said in a statement, via ESPN.

The 64-year-old’s condition led New Mexico to cancel its postgame press conference.

Davie has been with the Lobos since the 2012 season and has compiled a 34-54 record during his time with the team.

He also led New Mexico to a Mountain West Conference championship in 2016.

Davie previously spent five seasons as Notre Dame’s coach and left with a 35-25.