Dan Wolken of USA Today reports that Baylor has fired two members of the athletic department:
Art Briles wasn't the only Baylor football staffer let go last week as a result of the school's investigation into how sexual assaults were handled, USA TODAY Sports has learned.
Colin Shillinglaw, the athletics director for football operations, and longtime staffer Tom Hill were also fired, a person with knowledge of the matter told USA TODAY Sports.
The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because Baylor has not released those names publicly.
Andy Staples of Sports Illustrated has a look at how interim coaches have done, and the challenges for Coach Grobe:
Meanwhile, Grobe will try to keep the Bears looking forward. If winning the ACC at Wake Forest doesn't qualify as a documented football miracle, nothing does. But even a miracle worker can struggle when nothing is certain and the bulls can come to a hasty, abrupt stop at any moment.
David Smoak reports Coach Grobe met with the team:
For those who have asked, #Baylor football coach Jim Grobe and his staff, met with his team this morning at 7:00am.— David Smoak (@DavidSmoak) May 31, 2016
Jessica Morey of KCEN reports not to expect changes to the offense:
New #Baylor HC Jim Grobe told the team he really likes how Baylor's offense is run and he doesn't plan to change that at all, per source.— Jessica Morrey (@JessicaMorrey) May 31, 2016
Chuck Carlton of the Dallas Morning News reports Coach Grobe can now recruit
Told acting Baylor coach Jim Grobe met with his staff last night and players this morning. Passed NCAA certification, can contact recruits.— Chuck Carlton (@ChuckCarltonDMN) May 31, 2016
If you wonder how Coach Grobe could sound on the recruiting trail, or are looking for what audio of Coach Eric Taylor would sound like in the ACC, check this out: