The reaction of the college football world to the decision of the former quarterback from Alabama


After being charged with a felony related to an alleged January incident with ex-wife Sarah Evans, former Alabama quarterback Jay Barker was found guilty of reckless endangerment on Thursday.

According to , Barker was found guilty of reckless endangerment not involving a weapon, which is an offense. It is reported that the 49-year-old man will be under supervision for 11 months and 29 days.

The world of college football reacted to the court’s decision against Barker over the weekend.

“Former Alabama QB Jay Barker has been found guilty of reckless endangerment in a January incident involving his wife Sarah Evans outside her Nashville home,” FOX 6’s Jonathan Hardison tweeted.

“Sarah Evans’ estranged husband Jay Barker has avoided jail time after being arrested for domestic violence,” Billboard reports.

“Former Alabama QB Jay Barker pleads guilty to reckless endangerment,” ABC 33/40 News tweeted.

“As part of pleading guilty to reckless endangerment, former Alabama quarterback Jay Barker will have to participate in a 26-week beating intervention program and ‘possession of any and all firearms he may have,'” Drew Taylor said.

“Former Alabama QB Jay Barker avoided jail time after allegedly trying to hit his wife with a car,” the New York Post shared.

Barker led the Crimson Tide to a 35-2-1 record in Alabama’s starting lineup from 1991 to 1994; won a national championship in 1992 and received the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award as an adult.