Results Of Baylor Investigation: We Need Another Investigation 

In reaction to one of its football players being convicted of sexually assaulting another student, Baylor announced it would investigate “the circumstances associated with this case.” Merely a week later, the university released results from the law professor-led investigation at 7 p.m. Central on a Friday—ensuring… »8/29/15 12:37pm8/29/15 12:37pm

Baylor And Boise State Won't Stop Playing The Blame Game On Sam Ukwuachu

Last Thursday, a Waco jury found Baylor football player Sam Ukwuachu guilty of sexual assault. Since then, the two universities that had him on their teams—first Boise State, then Baylor, which took him as a transfer—haven’t bothered themselves with much public reflection. There have been no apologies, no candid… »8/26/15 8:50am8/26/15 8:50am

Baylor’s Investigation Of Sam Ukwuachu Was Shameful

As awareness has spread about rape—and pressure has increased on universities to prevent and address it among their students—two justice systems have formed. There’s the one we’ve had for centuries: the cops, the courts, and if it goes to trial, a verdict. Now there’s a second track, one where universities, under the… »8/21/15 9:00am8/21/15 9:00am

Accuser Testifies In Baylor Football Player's Sexual Assault Trial

The trial for Baylor’s Sam Ukwuachu began today in a Waco courthouse. Ukwuachu, who transferred to Baylor from Boise State but never played a down, was indicted on two counts of sexual assault stemming from what happened in the early hours of Oct. 20, 2013. Very little about what happened that day—or the… »8/18/15 6:02pm8/18/15 6:02pm

The Baylor Football Sexual Assault Trial You Haven't Heard About

On Oct. 20, 2013, at 3:09 p.m., the call came to Waco police from Baylor Scott & White hospital saying a woman had been sexually assaulted earlier in the morning. Police began their investigation, and the woman identified the attacker as someone she knew, incoming football player Sam Ukwuachu, a Pearland, Texas,… »8/17/15 5:48pm8/17/15 5:48pm

Once-Homeless RB Says He's Ineligible For Not Wanting To Be Homeless [Update]

Baylor running back Silas Nacita became a fan favorite last season when he earned a walk-on roster spot with the Bears after spending a year at community college. Nacita got into Baylor with an academic scholarship, and at the time of his enrollment, he was homeless. According to Nacita, he has now been declared… »2/25/15 12:59pm2/25/15 12:59pm