Baylor hauling in bevy of West Texas recruits, BearsExtra, There are 615 miles between Waco and El Paso, but Baylor football coaches didn’t spend a lot of time seeing the oil fields and cactus along those lonely roads for . . .
Baylor Players to Watch for in 2018: Clay Johnston, CenTexProud, Clay Johnston was Baylor's second leading tackler despite only playing in eight games.
2018 Baylor Athletics Hall of Fame
Baylor Announces 2018 Class For Athletics Hall Of Fame - Baylor University Official Athletic Site, One of the most balanced classes in the history of the Baylor Athletics Hall of Fame, the 2018 class of inductees includes longtime trainer Mike Sims and six outstanding former student-athletes representing five different sports.
Baylor announces 2018 hall of fame class with Baxter, Lee, Sims, ZZ, BearsExtra, Football players Gary Baxter and Ronnie “Bo” Lee and longtime trainer Mike Sims will be part of the 2018 class of the Baylor Athletics Hall of Fame which will be . . .
Class of 2021 Setter Molly Kipp Verbally Commits to Baylor, VolleyMob, Kipp, a rising sophomore, comes from one of the best club and best high school programs in the country.
Elisha Polk Becomes 2nd Baylor Volleyballer Inducted into School's HOF, VolleyMob, Baylor University has announced their Hall of Fame inductees for the class of 2018, which includes Elisha Polk - just the 2nd Bear volleyballer to be . . .
Bears Picked Second in Big 12 Preseason Poll - Baylor University Official Athletic Site, Baylor volleyball has been picked to finish second in the 2018 Big 12 Preseason Coaches' Poll, announced Thursday by the conference office.
SOC Announces 2018 Fall Schedule - Baylor University Official Athletic Site
Baylor soccer released its 2018 fall schedule on Thursday afternoon. The slate features 10 home matches and eight matchups against 2017 NCAA Tournament foes. Three opponents ranked in the 2017 Top 20 final RPI rankings, while 10 matches will be against 2017 Top 100 RPI programs.
Womens Golf Names Ludwig Assistant Coach - Baylor University Official Athletic Site
Baylor women’s golf has hired Carly Ludwig as the program’s assistant coach, head coach Jay Goble announced Friday.
Baylor's Manu Lecomte joins Dallas Mavericks Summer League Team, KCEN, Manu Lecomte tells Channel 6's Jessica Morrey that he will be joining the Dallas Mavericks Summer League team.
Lecomte went undrafted in the 2018 NBA Draft. Lecomte will reunite with fellow former Bear, Johnathan Motley.
Dallas Cowboys: Should this position worry fans the most?, FanSided
The Dallas Cowboys have had a legendary player on the field for several years. Without him, should fans be worried about the future of the position?
Sexual Assault Scandal
OBF Note: While recent articles concerning the scathing sworn testimony of former Baylor Athletic Director Ian McCall beg the question of whether we are back to square one in regard to the Sexual Assault Scandal that has devastated Baylor and Baylor faithful, let me state unequivocally that the answer is a resounding “no.” We are not back to square one.
Please do not forget the drive and initiative that Baylor has expended to ensure that going forward, sexual and domestic assault and harassment victims at Baylor will receive the care and assistance that others have been deprived in the past. Baylor’s investment in infrastructure, staff and training to provide for the needs, rights and dignity of sexual and domestic assault and harassment victims has already tallied into the millions of dollars and will continue to be evaluated to ensure that Baylor is the standard for other universities to emulate.
While the questions might remain as to whether the culture is indeed changing and whether some are still employed or associated with Baylor who were a despicable part of the decades long atrocity, and I do hope that any and all are rooted out, please take pains to not let those questions impede in any manner the diligent efforts and progress going forward.
EDITORIAL: Baylor officials, alumni, students back to Square One on sexual assault scandal, WacoTrib, For all we’ve seen and heard of Baylor University’s forcefully implementing strict protocols to discourage sexual violence involving students, ensuring help for assault victims and changing campus culture, what we’ve seen so far of the scalding June 19 deposition from former Baylor athletics director Ian McCaw takes us straight back to Square One. The only way to put to rest festering questions about what Baylor leadership did or didn’t do in addressing a scourge of sexual assaults on its watch is sworn testimony from key regents, former Baylor leaders and members of the sullied athletic staff. Some champ at the bit to do just that.
Brice Cherry: For Baylor's departed leaders, a #NotMe culture persists, BearsExtra, The movement has empowered women and encouraged them to speak out. Over the past 10 months, emboldened by a group of actresses who brought to light instances of sexual abuse . . .
Former BU AD disgusted with regents, racism, phony finding of fact, KWTX, Former Baylor University Athletic Director Ian McCaw told attorneys during a deposition in one of the Jane Doe rape suits against the school he left the university because he “did not want to be part of some Enron cover-up scheme.”
Ex-Baylor athletic director: Black athletes made scapegoats for sexual assault problem, ChicagoTribune, The former athletic director at Baylor University alleges that regents schemed to make black football players scapegoats for a decades-long problem of sexual assault at the nation's largest Baptist school, and that he resigned rather than be part of a massive cover-up.