Baylor has had to fire another staffer for inappropriate conduct.
It appears the Pepper Hamilton report missed the mark by a wide margin.
Narratives are bad enough on their own, but they are even worse when used to gloss over the horrible conduct of schools like these two.
Regardless of anyone's reasoning for leaving Baylor's recruitment class, the school seems to be getting the football program they deserve.
Baylor Associate AD Fails Horribly at His Job of Fixing School's Public Image by Allegedly Assaulting Reporter
As associate athletic director at Baylor University, it's up to Heath Nielsen to portray Baylor Athletics in the best possible light in the wake of its sexual assault scandal. He has not done a good job.
Baylor cannot do anything right.
The IX formation rolled out on to the field, "There are nine judges on the Supreme Court or is it?" The star(r) was also displayed to the tune of "Hit the Road, Jack."
Baylor is considering an about-face: bringing back former football coach Art Briles, whom it fired, and suspending him one year instead.
A Baylor graduate has come forward with information claiming that Art Briles and other coaches knew about a football player assaulting her and did nothing.
Just stop talking, Uncle Ken.
Baylor can't do anything right.