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NCAA Fact or Fanatic: Why Doesn’t The NCAA Do Something About Baylor?

The terrible truth is that the NCAA feels no reason to punish or censure Baylor University, its administration, athletic department, and football program for also placing athletes' criminal behavior and coaches’ obstruction of justice above the law.

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NCAA Fact or Fanatic: Athletes, Universities, and Crime – Fan Edition

This epitomizes what a "rape culture" is: sloughing off of the real issues, blaming the victim, contemptuous laughter about the victim's situation. Art Briles's reaction to the atmosphere he himself had created in the Baylor football program is as much a rape of the victims as the actual assault was. And we the fans bear as much responsibility as anyone.

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NCAA Fact or Fanatic: Week 12 Edition and Picks

Ready for another crazy weekend of college football? We certainly are. With our picks record sitting at 35-15, we're pleased with the chaos we've managed to get right. The real wackiness begins next weekend. Between the rivalry games and conference championships, we are tentatively expecting over half of the current top ten to fall.

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