Baylor, Penn State made legacies by saying nothing

Media, including the Dallas Morning News,¬†reported¬†Friday evening that Baylor University had been hit with a lawsuit by an “Elizabeth Doe,” citing numerous Title IX violations.

The allegations state 52 rape cases by 31 different players took place between 2011 and 2014, a rapid departure from the earlier Pepper Hamilton report, which stated 17 alleged incidents between 19 players.

Among the newest revelations in the case was the recounting of an alleged incident where then-OC Kendall Briles, who now coaches at Florida Atlantic, was alleged to asked a recruit about his “taste in white women” and said there were “a lot of them that love football,” a not-so-subtle insinuation about the sexual culture at Baylor.

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