The NCAA accepted Baylor's self-imposed sanctions for recruiting violations, but did add on a $5,000 fine, the organization ruled Wednesday.
SI legal analyst Michael McCann explains why he doesn't think that the NCAA will get involved with the new lawsuit that has been brought against Baylor University and its football program. ...read more
Baylor University fired a member of its football staff because of inappropriate texts to a teenager. ...read more
The NCAA does not plan to punish Baylor like they did with Penn State and the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse scandal, according to the Wall Street Journal. ...read more
Baylor will not release the full report that law firm Pepper Hamilton delivered to the university regarding its handling of sexual assault allegations because the findings were originally presented orally, interim president David Garland wrote. ...read more