Baylor Football... And so it continues...

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  1. NWICY

    NWICY Well-Known Member

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    Read the article, poor decision on his part. Going into that situation you have to know the bar is high on personal conduct. When you are trying to rehab/reimage a program this kind of stuff isn't going to be let go by.
     
  2. buf87

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    Baylor may have to wait another month for Big 12 to give them their money back!
     
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  3. ILiftWithRoyce

    ILiftWithRoyce Well-Known Member

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    Is it really that hard to have age-appropriate, consensual relationships with women in Waco? Yeesh.
     
  4. BCClone

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    Been going on since David koresch in the 80/90s we know. So it's seems to be woven into the culture down there for many years.
     
  5. isufbcurt

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    The article says the woman in question is a legal adult in the eyes of Texas law
     
  6. BCClone

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    What's law down there though. Can't a 14 year old get married Kentucky? I would never say that's appropriate
     
  7. isufbcurt

    isufbcurt Well-Known Member

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    Not sure but I was leaning that she was probably 17ish
     
  8. inCyteful

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    What's Mulkey have to say about all of this?
     
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  9. jdoggivjc

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    She probably recruited the girl to prevent the girl from filing stalking charges.
     
  10. scyclonekid

    scyclonekid Well-Known Member

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    Kick them out big twelve there are other better programs than them, grow a pair kick them out.
     
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  11. StratCY

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    For a university with supposed "Christian Values" when will enough be enough? This is disgusting, and it appears the conference will not take any stand against them.

    PUKE

    Mods, please merge with the other disgusting baylor threads if necessary, couldn't find them with a quick search.
     
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    cyfan92 Active Member

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  13. Angie

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    This is all so horrifying.
     
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  14. Cyfan1965

    Cyfan1965 Active Member

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    Baylor huh!
    What is it good for?
    Absolutely Nothin!
    Say it again
     
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    Yikes, one need only read the first three paragraphs. Talk about some hazing but purposely bringing in freshman to be assaulted like its a "tradition". They need to no longer have a football team.
     
  17. State43

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    It will never be enough because
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  18. WooClone15

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    #19 WooClone15, May 17, 2017
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    It's absolutely disgusting. And if this happened to my alma mater, I'd probably want the school to shut down the program for a year or two. Because there is something fundamentally wrong with the culture in that program, and I don't think getting rid of a few coaches or players will fix it. You need to just shut it down, get everyone out, figure out what went wrong, and restart.
     
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  19. ExCyment

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    Low level staffer that worked there less then a month. It appears nothing illegal happened, but still inappropriate. The university fired him. How does this reflect on Baylor? Was it ISU's fault when kiddie porn was found on a basketball staffers computer 10+ years ago? The response of the University was more than enough. People like this are at every university, the problem comes when an institution covers time up. I see no evidence of that since the Brilles staff left.
     
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