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The situation at Baylor...

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33 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

Speechless!

I agree. Just 1 is bad enough, but 52?????

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4 minutes ago, RockThatBlue said:

I agree. Just 1 is bad enough, but 52?????

Yeah that looks to be a sick mess there. Very unfortunate. Baylor has had a few Very Good team there too.

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2 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

Yeah that looks to be a sick mess there. Very unfortunate. Baylor has had a few Very Good team there too.

I know the NCAA rarely hands out the death penalty for a school, but I'm not sure how the NCAA could justify not doing it to Baylor. Then again, Penn State wasn't given the death penalty...

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Just now, RockThatBlue said:

I know the NCAA rarely hands out the death penalty for a school, but I'm not sure how the NCAA could justify not doing it to Baylor. Then again, Penn State wasn't given the death penalty...

Hard telling what will happen here, this is really really Bad!

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Disgusting!!! 

 

This definitely calls for at least a 4 year ban on football till things are cleaned up.

 

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Awful to hear. This kind of culture is a terrible thing to facilitate. 

 

If this is anywhere close to true the program needs to be started from scratch after a lengthy ban.

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This school deserves the death penalty

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On 2/1/2017 at 3:13 PM, bababooey said:

This school deserves the death penalty

Thats an understatement. I'm almost not sure the death penalty is even good enough. Just tear the damn school down.

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I don't watch college football, and reading constant stories about football programs out of control (this isn't  the only one) dampens my enthusiasm for football somewhat. I am aware that if you have 100 young men in any profession you find some bad apples, it's the serious cover-ups at Baylor, Penn State and to a lesser degree  rampant cheating scandal at North Carolina that the NCAA was toothless to punish severely. Corruption, It's not new, Miami (Fl) Oklahoma, Nebraska, Arizona St, Minnesota, Florida St.,Colorado,Oklahoma St.,Texas A&M, Washington, Florida, Houston, SMU, have all let their football programs get out of control. I know a lot of people (southeast U.S.A.) who like the college game much more than the NFL game due to owners, & franchise moves. It's just that at least there is a owner or commissioner to blame in the NFL problems.  

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