An Alabama assistant coach was victimized by a thief at the team hotel last week.
When you’re on the road, especially in hostile territory, you always have to watch your stuff.
Alabama defensive line coach Karl Dunbar learned this the hard way last weekend.
According to Tyisha Fernandes of WSBTV in Atlanta, Dunbar’s personal backpack was taken from a room at the Alabama team hotel last Saturday in Atlanta. Dunbar assumed his bag would be safe, but it wasn’t, and his playbook, passport, money, laptop and phone were all taken.
Alabama defense coach Karl Dunbar sat down his backpack at their hotel Saturday in a room where he thought it'd be safe. Someone stole it – & it had the game day playbook in it, along with his passport, cash, laptop & phone. Story at 5pm on Ch2 pic.twitter.com/804WGRyRLD
— Tyisha Fernandes (@TyishaWSB) January 11, 2018
Some are automatically assuming that this act was committed by a Georgia fan, but there are no details suggesting that so far.
No matter who took it, this stinks for Dunbar to have to go through.