Fallout from Baylor University’s sexual assault scandal did not end with removal of the Waco school’s president and its winning football coach and sanctions against its athletic director and others.
Even the Baylor Line Foundation, formerly known as the Baylor Alumni Association, demanded release of more information. Regents themselves are in the hot seat. Lawsuits are possible, as are NCAA sanctions.
It’s an ugly mess. What should other universities be learning from Baylor’s experience? Will treatment of allegations against top athletes change?
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