Baylor University sexual assault scandal

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The Baylor University sexual assault scandal was the result of numerous allegations of and convictions for sexual and non-sexual assaults committed by students, mostly Baylor Bears football players, at Baylor University between the years 2011 and 2016.wikipedia
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Art Briles

The scandal led to the ouster of head football coach Art Briles, the demotion and eventual resignation of Baylor University President Ken Starr, the resignation of Athletic Director Ian McCaw, and the firing of two others connected with the football program.
His college career ended with his dismissal from the team in 2015 as a result of the Baylor University sexual assault scandal.

Baylor University

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The Baylor University sexual assault scandal was the result of numerous allegations of and convictions for sexual and non-sexual assaults committed by students, mostly Baylor Bears football players, at Baylor University between the years 2011 and 2016.
The report, summarized by the Board of Regents in a public "Findings of Facts" document, stated that Baylor failed to timely and effectively implement Title IX, that Baylor administrators actively discouraged reporting of sexual assaults, and that the athletic department failed to address sexual assaults.

Pepper Hamilton

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In September 2015, following the conviction of former players Sam Ukwuachu and Tevin Elliot of sexual assault, along with allegations against other players, the school commissioned law firm Pepper Hamilton LLP to conduct an independent external investigation regarding the university's handling of sexual violence.

Jarrett Stidham

After Briles's departure, many players announced their intention to transfer including Jarrett Stidham.
In the wake of a sexual abuse scandal at the school and the firing of much of the coaching staff, on July 7, 2016, Stidham announced he would be transferring from Baylor.

Ian McCaw

The scandal led to the ouster of head football coach Art Briles, the demotion and eventual resignation of Baylor University President Ken Starr, the resignation of Athletic Director Ian McCaw, and the firing of two others connected with the football program.
McCaw resigned his position at Baylor on May 30, 2016 as a result of the Baylor University sexual assault scandal.

Tevin Elliot

In September 2015, following the conviction of former players Sam Ukwuachu and Tevin Elliot of sexual assault, along with allegations against other players, the school commissioned law firm Pepper Hamilton LLP to conduct an independent external investigation regarding the university's handling of sexual violence. Tevin Elliot, a Baylor linebacker in 2012, was sentenced on January 23, 2014, to 20 years in prison and fined US $10,000 for each of his two sexual assaults committed against a Baylor student in 2012.
A report issued by the Pepper Hamilton law firm—hired to investigate Baylor's treatment of sexual assault claims—substantiated much of the report and indicated that Baylor took actions to cover up its students' reports of sexual assault and rape.

2016 Cactus Bowl (December)

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The team had to also deal all season with the ongoing Baylor University football scandal.

David E. Garland

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His term began in June 2016 amid the Baylor sexual assault scandal and resignation of former president Ken Starr.

Ken Starr

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The scandal led to the ouster of head football coach Art Briles, the demotion and eventual resignation of Baylor University President Ken Starr, the resignation of Athletic Director Ian McCaw, and the firing of two others connected with the football program.
On May 26, 2016, following an investigation into the mishandling by Starr of several sexual assaults at the school, Baylor University's board of regents announced that Starr's tenure as university president would end on May 31.

Penn State child sex abuse scandal

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Baylor Bears football

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The Baylor University sexual assault scandal was the result of numerous allegations of and convictions for sexual and non-sexual assaults committed by students, mostly Baylor Bears football players, at Baylor University between the years 2011 and 2016.

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It also led to the resignation of the Title IX Coordinator, Patty Crawford.

Shawn Oakman

Shawn Oakman, a former Baylor All-American defensive end, was arrested on April 13, 2016, on charges of sexual assault against a female student. In February 2012, Shawn Oakman was dismissed from the Penn State Nittany Lions football team for a violation of team rules for stealing a sandwich and, while demanding the return of his identification card, for grabbing the wrist of the clerk who took it.

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Jim Grobe, a former Wake Forest head coach and former chairman of the AFCA Ethics Committee was hired on an interim basis.

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Jim Grobe, a former Wake Forest head coach and former chairman of the AFCA Ethics Committee was hired on an interim basis.

National Letter of Intent

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Seven members of the 2016 recruiting class requested to be released from their National Letter of Intent, and six of the then-seven commits in the 2017 recruiting class decommitted.

Bacone College

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He later finished his degree at Bacone College in Muskogee, Oklahoma.

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He later finished his degree at Bacone College in Muskogee, Oklahoma.

Iowa State Cyclones football

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The Bears football team had just beaten Iowa State, 71–7.

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Ukwuachu, who was ineligible to play the 2013 season because of NCAA rules regarding transfer students, was celebrating with the rest of the team nonetheless, as was an 18-year-old, Jane Doe (so referred to by the McLennan County Court), who went to a party at Waco's downtown convention center, where many of her fellow students were celebrating.

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Ukwuachu, who was ineligible to play the 2013 season because of NCAA rules regarding transfer students, was celebrating with the rest of the team nonetheless, as was an 18-year-old, Jane Doe (so referred to by the McLennan County Court), who went to a party at Waco's downtown convention center, where many of her fellow students were celebrating.

Penn State Nittany Lions football

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In February 2012, Shawn Oakman was dismissed from the Penn State Nittany Lions football team for a violation of team rules for stealing a sandwich and, while demanding the return of his identification card, for grabbing the wrist of the clerk who took it.

Texas Ranger Division

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In March 2017, the Texas Ranger Division confirmed that it is investigating the university.