• Texas' Roderick Bernard out for season after car accident

    The Score "Texas running back Roderick Bernard will likely be sidelined for the entire 2016 season after sustaining injuries from a car accident, according to Brian Davis of the Austin American-Statesman. Roderick was in a car accident earlier in the month, however there were no details on the injuries." July 29

  • WVU DE Larry Jefferson Arrested

    The Smoking Musket "Senior defensive end Larry Jefferson was arrested on the morning of July 26. He was found with small amount of marijuana and cocaine. An officer stopped Jefferson on Clay Street around 10 a.m. Tuesday morning. The officer, investigating a weapons brandishing incident, stated he could he smell..." July 28

  • Oklahoma State's Ateman out until October after foot surgery

    The Oklahoman "Oklahoma State’s vaunted wide receiver depth will be tested early this season. Marcell Ateman, a returning starter at wideout, may not make his season debut until October, after recently undergoing surgery to repair a broken bone in his foot. He injured the foot during non-contact summer..." July 28

  • Fired staffer wants court to force Baylor to release Hamilton report

    ESPN "A Baylor athletic department employee who was fired in wake of the sexual assault scandal at the university has asked a Texas court to order the Baylor board of regents to produce the Pepper Hamilton report. Thomas Hill, a former assistant athletic director for community relations and special..." July 28

  • Iowa State recruit shrugs off being hit by a car, receives 103 stitches

    The Score "For all those out there who want to be known as being tough, Iowa State recruit Chase Allen just laid down the gauntlet. The incoming tight end was struck by a car Thursday night outside of the Iowa State practice facility in Ames, Iowa, according to Rance Burger of the Springfield..." July 26

  • Baylor to pay Grobe $1.25M for 2016 season

    The Score "The salary for Jim Grobe's stint as Baylor interim coach will be $1.25 million, an industry source told ESPN's Brett McMurphy on Monday. Grobe's eight-month salary will rank as the third-lowest in the Big 12, ahead of Iowa State's Matt Campbell and Kansas' David Beaty." July 25

  • Former LSU kicker Trent Domingue transferring to Texas

    Gridiron Now "Less than two weeks after he announced he was leaving LSU, kicker Trent Domingue has found a new school. Domingue announced Sunday on Twitter that he has “officially” transferred to Texas." July 24

  • Sooners Football Recruiting | 4-Star OL Marquis Hayes Commits to OU

    Crimson & Cream Machine "After picking up an offer yesterday, 4-Star 2017 OL Marquis Hayes 6-5/315 from Maryland Heights, MO wasted little time announcing his commitment to OU with the following tweet. Hayes is an immensely talented offensive lineman, more than capable of holding his own. Hayes choose the Sooners..." July 21

  • Houston’s Tom Herman blasts media over reports he met with Baylor

    Houston Chronicle "University of Houston football coach Tom Herman's vacation last week was met with a bit of turbulence and he wasn't pleased. A report linked Herman to the Baylor job currently occupied by interim coach Jim Grobe. Herman denied the rumor last week. In front of reporters at the Texas High..." July 21

  • Ex-Baylor star Shawn Oakman indicted for sexual assault

    ESPN "Former Baylor All-America defensive end Shawn Oakman, the school's all-time sack leader, was indicted by a grand jury on charges of second-degree felony sexual assault in Waco, Texas, on Wednesday. Police in Waco arrested Oakman in April after a Baylor graduate student accused him of sexually..." July 20

  • Baylor will play 2016 season with just 70 scholarship players

    Sporting News - NCAAF "The cold, hard numbers facing Baylor football this season will ripple beyond 2016. Interim Bears head coach Jim Grobe, speaking at Big 12 Media Days, revealed that his team will play with around 70 scholarship players. "That's an issue for us right now. I think one of our biggest challenges..." July 19

  • Woman Punched By Joe Mixon: "Almost Immediately, I Was Made To Feel Like It Was My Fault"

    Deadspin "Amelia Molitor was just another college student at Oklahoma—until Sooners running back Joe Mixon punched her in the face at a bar, fracturing multiple bones in her face and requiring surgery that left her jaw wired shut. Afterward, she told the Oklahoman that she worried about retaliation from..." July 18

  • Texas Tech QB Patrick Mahomes' new trick play is a head-turner

    Fox Sports "Kliff Kingsbury said he's never seen a quarterback who can throw from as many different arm angles -- roaming to his right and to his left yet still being accurate and having zip on the ball -- the way his latest star protege Patrick Mahomes can. As a sophomore last season, the Texas Tech QB..." July 18

  • Big 12 Commissioner on Baylor : "It's unrealistic to think these kinds of things are never going to happen"

    OU Daily "Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby got things started at Big 12 Media Days on Monday morning. His opening press conference touched on a myriad of topics, including Baylor's sexual assault scandal. Bowlsby contended Baylor has been "very forthcoming" throughout this process. "Suffice to say as..." July 18

  • Ex-Michigan RB Derrick Green transferring to TCU

    247 Sports "Former Michigan running back Derrick Green has reportedly decided to transfer to the TCU Horned Frogs, sources have told 247Sports. Having completed his degree at Michigan in the spring, Green will be eligible to play immediately for the Horned Frogs." July 15

  • Oklahoma Tops Big 12 Media Preseason Football Poll

    Big 12 Conference "After winning last year's conference title and making an appearance in the 2015 College Football Playoff semifinals, Oklahoma has been chosen as the favorite to win the 2016 championship. The Big 12 football preseason poll is voted on by media representatives who cover the league. This year..." July 14

  • Art Briles will return to coaching by 2017, so he says

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Art Briles’ new business card must read: Former Football Coach, Eternal Optimist. KCEN News in Waco, Texas, reported Wednesday that Briles said he’ll have another head coaching job either in the NFL or NCAA by 2017. Briles was fired by Baylor in May amid controversy surrounding the Bears'..." July 14

  • It's a Fine Line Between Alabama and Baylor

    The Big Lead "Alabama football players Cam Robinson and Hootie Jones were arrested on drug and weapons charges in May. The district attorney, with odd reasoning, declined to pursue charges in June. Coach Nick Saban, in July, confirmed that Robinson and Jones would not be suspended, as long as they don’t play..." July 14

  • Oklahoma State coach Gundy wants to be a Pokemon master

    The Score "Mike Gundy is living proof that even college football coaches are not immune to the whirlwind that is Pokemon GO. The Oklahoma State bench boss clearly does more than practice at Boone Pickens Stadium. Taking to the newest app craze to hit North America, based on the classic Nintendo franchise,..." July 12

  • Baylor WR KD Cannon to have arthroscopic knee surgery

    ESPN "KD Cannon, Baylor's top-returning wide receiver from last season, is scheduled to undergo arthroscopic surgery on his knee Tuesday. A Baylor spokesman called the procedure "minor," but Cannon's timetable to return to the field is unknown. If Cannon has to miss time during the season, it..." July 12

  • Jarrett Stidham confirms he'll transfer from Baylor

    USA Today "Jarrett Stidham, who started three games as a true freshman last season, has joined the exodus from Baylor, which now includes much of the most recent recruiting class. In a statement posted on Twitter, Stidham thanked his coaches, but that he felt he wanted to move on: "This has been a..." July 08

  • Art Briles asks court to remove him from lawsuit against Baylor

    Houston Chronicle "Former Baylor football coach Art Briles filed a motion Wednesday to have Jasmin Hernandez's lawsuit against him dismissed. In March, Hernandez, who was raped by former Baylor football player Tevin Elliott, sued the Baylor board of regents, Briles and former athletic director Ian McCaw, stating..." July 07

  • QB Jarrett Stidham Leaving Baylor, Will Not Play 2016 Season

    Our Daily Bears "Over the past few months, Baylor has lost, either to transfer, release from LOI, or being kicked off the team, at least thirteen football players that we thought would be a part of the 2016/17 Bears. That number includes eight 4* or better members of the 2016 recruiting class, two JUCO DTs that..." July 07

  • TCU playing Notre Dame would be a Frogs coup

    Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Notre Dame will never regain the national identity it once enjoyed but the Irish remain the Dallas Cowboys and New York Yankees of college football. The Irish have not won a national title since 1988, but it is still a big deal to be Notre Dame and it’s still a big deal to play Notre Dame. And..." July 07

  • Oklahoma AD says Big 12 expansion is dead 'for the time being'

    CBS Sports "Big 12 expansion is dead, according to one of most powerful people in the conference. Oklahoma athletic director Joe Castiglione told CBS Sports the concept of the league growing beyond 10 teams has ended "for the time being." "There aren't any signs that we'll talk anymore about expansion for..." July 06

  • WR Dallis Todd no longer with Sooners

    The Oklahoman "Wide receiver Dallis Todd is no longer a member of the Oklahoma football team and is expected to transfer elsewhere. Todd, a 2014 signee, played in just six games last year and recorded just one catch for nine yards after redshirting his first year on campus. He was one of four receivers in..." July 05

  • Former Tennessee OL Ray Raulerson transfers to West Virginia

    Tennessean "Former Tennessee offensive lineman Ray Raulerson is transferring to West Virginia, the school announced Friday. Raulerson, 6-foot-4 and 287 pounds, played five games in a reserve role for Tennessee as a redshirt freshman in 2015. He will have sit out the 2016 season because of NCAA rules." July 03

  • Oklahoma's Thomas arrested for public intoxication, assault & battery

    ESPN "Oklahoma cornerback Jordan Thomas was arrested and could face charges of interference, public intoxication and assault and battery on Thursday morning, according to the Cleveland County Sheriff's office in Oklahoma. According to Cleveland County Sheriff's office, he was released from custody at..." June 30

  • OL Patrick Hudson, an ex-Baylor recruit, signs with Texas

    ESPN "The recruitment of Patrick Hudson, the No. 56-ranked prospect in the class of 2016, has come to a conclusion. After making an official visit to Oklahoma last weekend, the Under Armour All-America Game offensive lineman ended his recruitment Wednesday committing and signing a financial aid..." June 29

  • Texas pounces on recruits in wake of Baylor scandal

    The Score "Texas continued its pillage of former Baylor signees in the wake of Art Briles' dismissal, landing its fourth former Bear in offensive guard Patrick Hudson on Wednesday. The 6-foot-5, 330-pounder represented the latest win for Charlie Strong on the recruiting trail, as the embattled coach has..." June 29

  • Four-star RB Kameron Martin joins Auburn after release from Baylor

    SI - College Football "Former Baylor signee Kameron Martin will join Auburn as an incoming freshman after Baylor released him from his national letter of intent last week, he announced on Twitter. ranks the four-star running back as the No. 112 player in the recruiting class of 2016, the No. 6 player at..." June 28

  • Texas adds four-star OT, former Baylor signee JP Urquidez

    247 Sports "Texas’ 2016 class continues to grow. Former Baylor Bears signee JP Urquidez committed to the Longhorns on Saturday in wake of Baylor releasing him from his National Letter of Intent on Thursday. "Texas is the Flagship University and Coach (Charlie) Strong's Values align with the Urquidez..." June 26

  • Baylor, Briles officially part ways, admit 'serious shortcomings'

    The Score "It's finally over. After days, weeks, and months of twists and turns in the saga involving Baylor and coach Art Briles, the two parties officially went their separate ways on Friday. "Baylor University and Art Briles have mutually agreed to terminate their employment relationship, effective..." June 25

  • David Sills set to transfer from West Virginia

    Yahoo! Sports "West Virginia quarterback/wide receiver David Sills is transferring. West Virginia issued a statement about Sills' departure Thursday morning. "We appreciate everything David has done for the Mountaineer football program," WVU coach Dana Holgorsen said in a statement. "He has done everything..." June 23

  • Ex-Oklahoma RB Alex Ross transfers to Missouri

    SI - College Football "Former Oklahoma kick returner and running back Alex Ross has transferred to Missouri, the university announced. As a graduate transfer, he is eligible to play next season. Ross played in 36 games for the Sooners and was used mainly as a kickoff returner. He averaged 31.2 yards per return and..." June 23

  • Baylor, coach Jim Grobe release five 2016 signees from Letter of Intent

    CBS Sports "Baylor announced Thursday that it is releasing five players from the 2016 signing class from their National Letter of Intent. According to the school, all five players formally requested out before May 31. Acting coach Jim Grobe said, via a school release, that he wanted to a chance to speak to..." June 23

  • Ex-Baylor commit, WR prospect Devin Duvernay chooses Texas

    ESPN "The recruiting journey of Devin Duvernay has come to a conclusion ... again. Duvernay, the No. 42-ranked prospect in the Class of 2016, committed to Texas over TCU on Wednesday ending one of the most bizarre recruitments after Baylor failed to submit his National Letter of Intent paperwork to..." June 22

  • Board of Regents Approves Raises For Bob Stoops & Coordinators

    News 9 "A few months after orchestrating a run to the College Football Playoff, the Oklahoma football coaches are reaping the benefits of the product they helped put on the field. The OU Board of Regents approved raises and extensions for head coach Bob Stoops, offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley and..." June 22

  • Attorney: Art Briles broke promise to apologize to Baylor sexual assault victim

    USA Today "The controversy surrounding Art Briles and Baylor keeps on swirling. The former Bears’ football coach reportedly promised a woman who was sexually assaulted by one of his players that he would support and apologize to her and her family at a mediation session in Dallas on Friday. But according..." June 22

  • Big 12 Requests Full Baylor Information

    Big 12 Conference "The Big 12 Board of Directors is gravely and deeply concerned by media reports about activities involving the athletics program at Baylor University. On May 24, 2016, the Big 12 Board requested a full accounting of the circumstances surrounding the sexual assaults at the University. At this time..." June 22

  • QB Davis Webb getting comfy at Cal after early culture shock

    ESPN "Davis Webb's football career has been both consistently twisting and promising. He's seen a lot, experienced impressive successes, and suffered through injuries and a frustrating rejection. So don't assume that he doesn't understand the conflicted emotions, complications, and potential..." June 21

  • Tren'Davian Dickson latest Baylor defection, transferring to Houston

    ESPN "Baylor freshman receiver Tren'Davian Dickson plans to transfer to Houston, he confirmed to ESPN on Saturday. Dickson, an ESPN 300 recruit who had enrolled at Baylor in January, was granted permission to pursue a transfer earlier this month. He visited Houston and Oregon before reaching his..." June 19

  • Oklahoma State gives Gundy 2-year extension

    The Score "Oklahoma State's board of regents unanimously approved a two-year contract extension for head coach Mike Gundy on Friday, according to Kyle Frederickson of The Oklahoman. Gundy, who had four years left on the eight-year deal he signed following the 2011 season, is now locked up through the 2021..." June 17

  • Baylor to settle with Art Briles

    UPI "Art Briles will not be brought back as Baylor coach in 2017, according to a report Wednesday. After USA Today reported Monday that some Baylor donors wanted Briles to serve a one-year suspension and then return to coaching, sources told on Wednesday that contract settlement..." June 17

  • Baylor football player accused of sexual assault in new lawsuit

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Three women have filed a federal lawsuit against Baylor University alleging they were sexually assaulted on or near campus while students. One of the assaults alleged in the suit involved a Bears football player. The plaintiff identified in the lawsuit as "Jane Doe 1" alleges she was assaulted..." June 16

  • Briles cries “foul”

    CBS Houston "An attorney for fired Baylor head football coach Art Briles filed an emergency motion Thursday in federal court in Waco, claiming that the lawyers who represent the school and Briles jointly in a suit filed by a woman who was raped by a football player are in violation of State Bar rules because..." June 16

  • Sources: Briles Not Returning As Baylor's Coach, Contract Settlement Talks Under Way

    Scout "Two sources close to the situation told Wednesday a push by an influential group of big-money donors to bring Art Briles back as Baylor's football coach after a one-year suspension is dead and that contract settlement talks between Briles and the school are under way. Briles,..." June 15

  • Interim Baylor president: 'This is not an institution of football'

    The Score "David Garland has a very daunting mess at Baylor to work through as interim president, and one element of that mess is the case of dismissed head coach Art Briles. Reports of boosters calling for a one-year suspension for the disgraced coach have surfaced and according to, that idea..." June 14

  • Baylor brass considering one-year suspension for Art Briles

    CBS Sports "Baylor's administration is reportedly considering a reversal of last month's decision to dismiss football coach Art Briles in the wake of the Pepper Hamilton report, which revealed the mishandling of sexual assault allegations in the football program and alleged major issues with the culture..." June 13

  • After transfer to UCLA goes awry, Texas OL Jake Raulerson could be headed to SMU

    Sports Day "Jake Raulerson, a former Celina standout and center for the Texas Longhorns, may have found his new college home. The sophomore, who has two years of eligibility remaining as a transfer after redshirting his first season at Texas and earning his degree in three years, had announced plans to..." June 10

  • Woman claims current Baylor player raped her in 2014 "As details continue to unravel about Baylor University’s mishandling of sexual assault cases, more victims are coming forward. Encouraged by the recent public outcry over how the university has treated victims, two sexual assault victims came forward to KCEN. With names like "Art Briles” and..." June 10

  • As Baylor reviews transfer athletes, ex-football player cites unfairness

    ESPN "A Baylor spokeswoman told Outside the Lines the university is reviewing the backgrounds of all incoming athletes who have transferred to the school from other athletic programs. At least one player is no longer part of the football team and university in part because of the review. Defensive..." June 10

  • Report: UCLA won't add Texas grad transfer Jake Raulerson

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "It looks like UCLA will not add Jake Raulerson after all. According to multiple reports, Raulerson, an offensive line graduate transfer from Texas, was denied admittance to his preferred graduate programs at UCLA. Raulerson, who graduated from Texas in just three years, announced a verbal..." June 09

  • Iowa State's Jordan Harris to pursue graduate transfer

    Des Moines Register "The Iowa State football team’s linebacker unit has taken another hit. Cyclones linebacker Jordan Harris is leaving the football team and will continue his career at another school as a graduate transfer. “I just want to be happy where I’m at,” Harris told The Register Thursday. Harris..." June 09

  • Baylor QB Seth Russell says neck 'healed perfectly,' cleared for 2016 return

    Sports Day "It seems as though Baylor quarterback Seth Russell is (fully) good to go. Russell, the senior who fractured a vertebra in his neck during Baylor's 45-27 win over Iowa State on Oct. 24, 2015, and underwent surgery before November, offered this encouraging update via Instagram on Thursday." June 09

  • Baylor Issues Statement on Accusations That Coaches Knew of Assault

    Campus Sports "The Baylor Bears have lost a number of recruits and signees while firing head coach Art Briles in the midst of a serious sexual assault scandal surrounding the university. One of the more serious accusations was that the coaching staff knew about the assault incident involving former running back..." June 08

  • Baylor freshman WR Tren'Davian Dickson requests transfer

    ESPN "Baylor freshman wide receiver Tren'Davian Dickson has requested his release from the program and intends to transfer, he confirmed to ESPN. Dickson, an ESPN 300 recruit in the 2016 class, enrolled at Baylor in January and went through spring practice with the team. He met with the staff last..." June 08

  • Zach Allen, TCU transfer, spices up Rutgers QB battle

    Asbury Park Press "Chris Laviano and Hayden Rettig have company. In a move that immediately spiced up the Rutgers quarterback open competition, TCU's Zach Allen announced Wednesday that he is headed to Rutgers where he will be an immediately graduate transfer with two years of eligibility remaining. He graduated..." June 08

  • Arkansas RB Denzel Evans eyeing transfer to Kansas

    KU Sports "When Arkansas running back Denzel Evans realized earlier this year that he was within striking distance of graduating, the idea of moving on to play his final two seasons of college football elsewhere began to really appeal to him. The 5-foot-11, 217-pound junior-to-be from Houston has..." June 07

  • Suspension of Devin Lauderdale has ended, Texas Tech WR announces

    College Football Talk "In December of last year, Texas Tech announced that Devin Lauderdale had been indefinitely suspended for failing to uphold Tech athletic department student-athlete expectations. Six months later, it appears the wide receiver has climbed out of the department’s doghouse. At the time of the..." June 07

  • Former Baylor student details alleged assault cover-up

    Larry Brown Sports "A former Baylor student came forward on Tuesday claiming that she was assaulted by a former Baylor football player and was ultimately ignored when she informed the team. Dolores Lozano told ESPN’s Joe Schad that former Baylor running back Devin Chafin assaulted her three times. She claims she..." June 07

  • Baylor Won't Release Full Report On Sexual Assault Scandal, Remains Full Of Shit

    Deadspin "This morning, Baylor University interim president David Garland released a very long and very hollow statement that is supposed to make everyone who reads it feel good about the direction the university is headed in, and believe that the days of administrators and coaches actively making life hell..." June 06

  • Florida AD uses Baylor scandal to remind coaches of their roles

    Orlando Sentinel "Even though it happened 1,000 miles away and in another conference, Baylor University’s fall from grace hit home with UF athletics director Jeremy Foley. On Thursday, Foley e-mailed his coaches to remind them of their duties when sexual assault/harassment claims are reported to them. In the..." June 04

  • Grobe would feel blessed to coach Baylor beyond 2016

    The Score "Jim Grobe signed a one-year contract to serve as Baylor's interim head coach, but the 64-year-old wouldn't mind sticking around a while longer. "I can see myself being here," Grobe told reporters at his introductory news conference Friday. "I love all the people at Baylor, the people in our..." June 04

  • Former Baylor president Ken Starr gets coached through TV interview

    The Score "Former Baylor president Ken Starr is in the news again, this time for his conduct during a recent television interview. During the interview with KWTX-TV out of Waco, TX, Starr was questioned on his knowledge of an email sent to him by a woman who alleges to have been raped during her senior..." June 03

  • Baker Mayfield sends determined message after Big 12 denies him extra year of eligibility

    Sports Day "Wednesday was a disappointing day for Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield. The Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year started his career as a walk-on at Texas Tech but after he transferred to Oklahoma to pursue a scholarship he lost a year of eligibility because Tech would not grant him a full..." June 02

  • Baker Mayfield eligible for OU in 2017 after Big 12 approves tweaked rule

    ESPN "In a reversal from the day before, the Big 12 approved a rule proposal Thursday that will make quarterback Baker Mayfield eligible at Oklahoma for the 2017 season. On Wednesday, the faculty athletic representatives voted down a rule that would have allowed walk-ons to transfer within the..." June 02

  • Briles speaks out: 'I have certainly made mistakes'

    Yahoo! Sports "A week after he was removed from his position as Baylor head coach, Art Briles has spoken publicly for the first time. In a statement released to News 10 in Waco, Briles expressed sympathy for the victims of sexual assault and admitted he “would have done certain things differently.” Baylor..." June 02

  • Kenneth Starr's gaffe-filled resignation interview shows depth of Baylor's issues

    Yahoo! Sports "Kenneth Starr sat for an interview with ESPN on Wednesday where he announced his resignation as Baylor’s chancellor (he was removed as president last week). Presumably he was trying to save whatever was left of his reputation. Instead, via equal parts clumsy and clueless, he pulled the curtains..." June 02

  • Baylor failed to submit Devin Duvernay's LOI

    Waco Trib "Sache receiver Devin Duvernay has been released from his Baylor scholarship and is free to be recruited by other schools, an official in the university’s athletic department confirmed Thursday. Duvernay was expected to be a key member of Baylor’s 2016 class, but the university never submitted..." June 02

  • Report: Baylor isn't releasing incoming freshmen who signed

    The Comeback "Baylor University’s sexual assault scandal has cost plenty across campus. Everyone from the president to the athletic director and the coach is now gone for his role in covering up and poorly responding to alleged criminal activity of players on the football team. Now one more group is being..." June 02

  • Parents who want son released from Baylor team: 'This isn't about football'

    SB Nation "When JP Urquidez committed to Baylor in April of 2015, he was all in. The four-star, 6'7, 300-pound offensive tackle asked his high school coach at Copperas Cove (Texas), about an hour from Waco, not to pull him out of classes when coaches from other universities came to visit. He would visit no..." June 02

  • Kenneth Starr stepping down as Baylor chancellor

    ESPN "Kenneth Starr is resigning as chancellor at Baylor in the wake of a huge shakeup at the university, but he will continue to teach in the law school, the former school president told ESPN's Joe Schad on Wednesday. Starr said in an interview with Outside the Lines that he was resigning effective..." June 01

  • Mike Singletary: I'm Interested In Baylor Coaching Job

    TMZ "Mike Singletary tells TMZ Sports ... he's "absolutely" interested in the head coaching job at Baylor University ... and has even had some casual conversations with the powers that be. We spoke to the NFL legend (and ex-49ers head coach) moments ago ... who says he's still passionate about his..." June 01

  • Report: Parrish Cobb asks out of Baylor commitment

    The Score "The list of players leaving Baylor in the wake of Art Briles' dismissal continues to grow, as KCEN's Jessica Morrey is reporting that 2016 signee Parrish Cobb has asked out of his National Letter of Intent. The 5-foot-11, 179-pound cornerback was ranked 31st at his position by ESPN, and was the..." June 01

  • Baylor dismisses RB Devin Chafin

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Baylor running back Devin Chafin has been dismissed. Chafin was arrested in March when he and a female student were caught in Oklahoma allegedly bringing back marijuana from Colorado on a spring break trip. He was suspended after the arrest. Chafin was also mentioned in an ESPN Outside the..." June 01

  • 4-Star QB Kellen Mond Decommits From Baylor

    College Spun "Baylor’s 2017 recruiting class is disappearing by the second, with four-star dual-threat quarterback Kellen Mond becoming the latest to decommit following the firing of head coach Art Briles. Mond, rated as the No. 4 player at his position in the country by 247 Sports, announced his decision..." June 01

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