Isaiah Austin Is Still Medically Banned From The NBA, But He's Crushing It In China

During the process leading up to the 2014 NBA Draft, Baylor center Isaiah Austin’s career ended before it could even begin when he was diagnosed with Marfan syndrome, a genetic disorder that affects the body’s connective tissue. The NBA ruled that the chances of Austin’s enlarged aorta bursting were too dangerous for…

Court Docs: Ex-Baylor A.D. Says Everyone Was In On The Sexual-Assault Coverup

Before addressing the latest revelation of horrifying details about the years Baylor spent covering up sexual assault, it is worth first noting the source. Former athletic director Ian McCaw was one of the first people to leave when the story became national news, and then landed at Liberty University, another private…

Liberty University Settles Claim That It Expelled Football Players To Make Up For Hiring Disgraced Baylor Officials [CORRECTED]

Liberty University appears to have paid settlements for hiring several key athletic-department officials who had been accused of creating “a hunting ground for sexual predators” when they worked at Baylor, then allegedly overcorrecting by expelling three football players on unfounded sexual-assault charges.

Emails: Ex-Baylor President Says NPR Helped Him Understand Women Who "Make Themselves Victims” 

David Garland—interim president at Baylor prior to the university’s hiring of Linda Livingstone—sent an email to a school administrator in which he wrote that a radio segment he listened to recently “added another perspective for me of what is going on in the heads of some women who may seem willingly to make…

Baylor Will Settle Lawsuit With Ex-Student Who Accused It Of Creating A "Hunting Ground For Sexual Assault Predators"

Baylor is in the process of settling a lawsuit filed by a former student who claimed in her suit that the university and its Board of Regents “had created a hunting ground for sexual predators to freely prey upon innocent, unsuspecting female students, with no concern of reprisal or consequences.”