An Alabama booster convicted of bribing a high school football coach to get a top recruit for the Crimson Tide was found dead Tuesday in his Memphis home, and police were investigating it as a homicide.
Police hadn't yet confirmed the body was that of Logan Young, but his defense attorney said it was the Alabama booster. "We're treating it as a mystery homicide," Sgt. Vince Higgins said in a telephone interview.
He said officials assume the victim was Young but needed to use fingerprints and dental records to confirm the identity. Nashville defense attorney Jim Neal said he had been told the body was found by a housekeeper.
"I've had two or three calls about it, all to the same end, found killed in his home. ... I heard that there was blood everywhere. That is all I know," Neal said.
Young was 64 when he was sentenced last June to six months in prison and six months home confinement then two years supervised release. But he had been allowed to remain free pending his appeal in the case involving the peddling of defensive lineman Albert