It should be no surprise that part of the latest Title IX lawsuit against Baylor—which asserts that football players committed 52 acts of rape in four years—brought up the college-athletics tradition of hostesses. College football history suggests they started at Alabama with a group dubbed Bryant’s Angels, though…
We hope you didn't get the impression that Tennessee is the only school to use attractive young ladies as bait to lure prospective athletes, because it's actually a college football tradition as revered as marching bands and beer bongs.
The New York Times has a verrrrry interesting story about an NCAA investigation at Tennessee, concerning recruiting "hostesses"—i.e., hot Tennessee co-eds who get quite friendly with talented high school football players. (Updates below)