Today, in Baylor

Another day, another law su…

Aw, hell, I don’t have the stomach to blog about this crap anymore.   Just burn the place down, salt the earth and be done with it, okay?

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21 responses to “Today, in Baylor

  1. Hillbilly Dawg

    Just. Dayum.

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  2. Cojones

    Texas Rangers, eh? That oughtta’ do it.

    Before we get to the salting part, maybe we can prey on their faulted misfortune by getting those athletes to UGA who want to make their fortunes elsewhere. Recruit the Baylor Women’s BBall team, Softball team, Baylorette(?) Gymnasts and other women’s sports teams to UGA. Men’s BBall would be a target as well.

    Where is the ahole former hypocrit-extradinaire President now, pissing up somebody’s rope at Liberty U.? I’m surprised that Ken Starr isn’t on a Republican committee for changing Obamacare provisions for women or one that’s out to remove Title IX from the law books during Trump’s administration.

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    • AthensHomerDawg

      Where is the ahole former hypocrit-extradinaire President now, pissing up somebody’s rope at Liberty U.? I’m surprised that Ken Starr isn’t on a Republican committee for changing Obamacare provisions for women or one that’s out to remove Title IX from the law books during Trump’s administration…..
      Gee Balls… Is Georgie boy paying you too?

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  3. Dylan Dreyer's Booty

    I lost count of the number of times they used the word ‘culture’ in the complaint (39 pages, so probably about 40 times), but I don’t think it means the same thing as when my grandmother used that word.

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  4. ElectroM

    The NCAA should give Baylor the “death penalty” for all the violations and outright criminal actions, not to mention the lies and cover-ups by officials. Five years ought to be about right.

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  5. Cousin Eddie

    If Briles next coaching job isn’t in Longest Yard scenario some AD and President should be charged with Treason Against the School and ran out of state.

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    • Mayor

      I still haven’t seen or heard any evidence that Briles knew about the sexual violence or did anything to cover it up.

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      • Macallanlover

        Agree, you can say he should have, but I don’t think he turned away from it, or would have.

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  6. JarvisCrowell

    As if the previous allegations weren’t heinous enough…. Never thought I’d advocate for the NCAA death penalty, but they shouldn’t be able to have athletics of any kind for 20 years. Not to mention many of their senior administration should serve lengthy federal prison sentences. F**k Baylor.

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  7. hassan

    Briles, when showed a list of names of players allegedly involved in the woman’s case, replied: “Those are some bad dudes. Why was she around those guys?”

    Nice…how many coaches refer to their players as “some bad dudes”? That is something a warden would say.

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  8. Sherlock

    We are past the NCAA Death Penalty issue at this point. It is time for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to get involved.

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    • Mayor

      Finally, the voice of reason. This isn’t really about athletics per se although athletes were involved. This is an institutional issue that goes to the core of Baylor University as an academic institution. The SACS and whatever other accrediting agencies may be applicable to Baylor are the guys who need to be investigating Baylor and possibly suspending Baylor’s certification as an institution of higher learning.

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  9. David K

    I’d like to read the story but good god the USA Today website is a nightmare.

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  10. Since I am male, I guess I might be safe in Waco tomorrow, otherwise I might have to hide.
    This just keeps getting worse and worse and worse and I expect to see “worser”.

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  11. Billy Mumphrey

    Art Briles will never work again, and Ken Starr is a giant piece of shit.

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