A junior college standout whose career at Baylor ended before it started remains in limbo after a stellar season at the community college to which he returned after he was kicked off the Baylor team, and his coach fears no one will touch him.
A former Baylor athletic department employee who was fired in the wake of the Pepper Hamilton investigation of the school's handling of sexual assaults involving athletes is suing the law firm and two of its lawyers.
Baylor University regents say an internal review found “no reasonable grounds to question” the independent law firm investigation of the school’s sexual assault scandal that led to in university and athletic leadership in May.
Ousted Baylor head coach Art Briles is suing, alleging he was the target of defamatory attacks in the media orchestrated by a public relations firm and carried out by three university regents and a school official.
The Southern Association of College and Schools’ Commission on Colleges has placed Baylor University on warning over issues related to the sexual assault scandal that engulfed the school’s football program.
Representatives of a group with more than 10,000 members that’s calling for greater transparency on the part of the Baylor Board of Regents will meet formally for the first time with some of the regents on Monday.
A Baylor regent who participated in a meeting Tuesday with members of the school’s faculty and staff said afterward it would take too much time and cost too much money to produce a written version of the scathing review of the sexual assault scandal that engulfed the university’s athletic department.
Art Briles won’t be back, the chairman of Baylor’s board of regents said in a statement posted a day before hundreds of Baylor supporters gathered for the launch of an effort to demand more transparency.
Baylor used a newly created website Wednesday to take on both the school’s former Title IX coordinator and CBS News after a critical report aired Tuesday night on “60 Minutes Sports” on the Showtime network.
Baylor regents are trying to make former football coach Art Briles the scapegoat for broader Title IX failures while he’s bound by agreements that don’t allow him to defend himself, Briles’ attorney says.
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