BOISE, ID – SEPTEMBER 14: Head coach Bob Davie of the New Mexico Lobos prowls the sidelines during second half action against the Boise State Broncos on September 14, 2017 at Albertsons Stadium in Boise, Idaho. Boise State won the game 28-14. (Photo by Loren Orr/Getty Images)The family of New Mexico head football coach Bob Davie has released a statement following his hospitalization on Saturday night.Davie, 64, was taken to the hospital following his team’s win on Saturday evening. It is believed Davie was having heart trouble.The family of the longtime college football head coach has released a statement on his status.“Coach Davie is doing well and recovering. He is surrounded by family and your continued thoughts, prayers, and privacy are greatly appreciated during this time,” his family’s statement read.Official statement from the Davie family: pic.twitter.com/TXjJW2JpNr— Michael Carlyle (@RealMikeCarlyle) September 1, 2019Davie was taken to the hospital following his team’s win over Sam Houston State on Saturday night in a “serious medical incident,” per the school.The longtime college football head coach has been at New Mexico since 2012. He previously coached at Notre Dame and was an analyst for ESPN.Our thoughts continue to be with him.