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.
Baylor released a statement indicating that it is "actively taking steps" to make students aware of the resources available to them.
Baylor interim HC Jim Grobe indicated that the involvement of legendary former Baylor coach Grant Teaff played a large part in his decision to accept the job.
Air Force assistant coach Steed Lobotzke said that Baylor interim HC Jim Grobe's "priorities are in check and properly aligned."
When asked why he decided to retain the entire assistant coaching staff, Baylor interim HC Jim Grobe said, "I just trust the process."
Baylor interim HC Jim Grobe said that "[n]othing in our program can be more important than character."
Baylor interim HC Jim Grobe indicated that to his knowledge, none of the assistant coaches on staff were implicated in the findings of Pepper Hamilton's report.
Baylor interim HC Jim Grobe said he wants to meet with the 2016 signees asking for releases from their letters of intent.
Baylor interim HC Jim Grobe indicated that all of the team's assistant coaches will remain on staff for the coming season.
Former Baylor school president and chancellor Ken Starr told Outside the Lines that "as each day goes by that need [for transparency] becomes more and more pressing."
Baylor chancellor Ken Starr told ESPN's Joe Schad that he will resign from the position.