This is the seventh Title IX lawsuit filed against the Baptist university in its ever growing sexual assault scandal.
Baylor has had to fire another staffer for inappropriate conduct.
It appears the Pepper Hamilton report missed the mark by a wide margin.
Art Briles has sued four Baylor officials for allegedly conspiring to keep him unemployed, libel, and slander.
Regardless of anyone's reasoning for leaving Baylor's recruitment class, the school seems to be getting the football program they deserve.
Though the hashtags #truthdontlie and #CAB for "Coach Art Briles" do seem just a teeny bit suspicious.
Baylor regents have revealed a little bit more information about the sexual assault scandal on campus.
Ken Starr Denies Endemic Sexual Assault Culture at Baylor, Adds, “A Grave Injustice Was Done to Art Briles”
For someone accused of fostering a culture neglect and ignorance, Starr seemed pretty intent on using those exact tools to deny what is so plainly in front of his face.
Baylor cannot do anything right.
What's a guy got to do to get fired for good in college football?
During a recent interview, Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari raised an important question: To what extent should coaches be accountable for scandals involving their programs?
Baylor is considering an about-face: bringing back former football coach Art Briles, whom it fired, and suspending him one year instead.