Baylor associate AD Heath Nielsen was arrested following an alleged assault of a reporter after a November 5 loss to TCU.
The Wall Street Journal's Brad Reagan reports that the NCAA is not expected to bring Penn State-level sanctions against Baylor for their ongoing sexual assault scandal.
Baylor interim HC Jim Grobe said that he views his job as "temporary."
Brenda Tracy -- who alleges that she was raped by two Oregon State football players 18 years ago -- and her son are presenting the NCAA's Board of Governors with a petition to ban sexually violent athletes.
ESPN's Brett McMurphy reports that Baylor interim HC Jim Grobe will make $1.25 million for the 2016 season.
Baylor interim HC Jim Grobe indicated that he believes Pepper Hamilton's recommendations to the university regarding its sexual assault scandal should be adopted by every school.
Baylor AD Mack Rhoades preached transparency at his introductory press conference.
Baylor officials are scheduled for a Tuesday meeting with the Big 12's board of directors to discuss the steps being taken to change the hostile sexual environment at the university.
Baylor interim HC Jim Grobe said that his focus upon joining the Bears was "to come in and help heal."
Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby has requested that Baylor send the conference all documents relating to the sexual assault scandal that has rocked the university.
A second Title IX lawsuit has been filed against Baylor.
Speaking with KCEN, a woman who called herself "Ally" said that she was sexually assaulted by a current Baylor player in the spring of 2014.
Baylor is now reviewing the backgrounds of all incoming athletes who have transferred from other athletic programs.
Alex Zalkin, the lawyer for former Baylor student Jasmin Hernandez (who has filed suit against Baylor), questioned why Baylor's assistant coaching staff remains intact.