• Baylor AD McCaw resigns in wake of sexual assault scandal

    WACO, Texas (AP) — Baylor athletic director Ian McCaw has resigned, less than a week after he was put on probation as part of the school’s reaction to a scathing report about its failure to properly respond to allegations of sexual assaults.

  • AP Source: Baylor will hire former Wake coach Grobe

    A person involved in the decision tells The Associated Press that Baylor will hire former Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe to lead its football program this season.

  • WVU to induct 7 into Sports Hall of Fame

    MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Standout linebacker Grant Wiley and former football assistant coach Donnie Young are among seven chosen for the West Virginia University Sports Hall of Fame.

  • Former NC State, BC assistant Don Horton dies at 58

    RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Don Horton, former North Carolina State and Boston College assistant football coach, has died. He was 58.

  • Bears agree to contract with first-round pick Floyd

    LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) — The Chicago Bears and first-round draft pick Leonard Floyd have agreed to a four-year contract with an option for a fifth year.

  • Former Texas Tech player arrested on felony burglary charge

    LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Jail records show one of three Texas Tech football players kicked off the team earlier this month has been charged with felony burglary.

  • Georgia’s McGarity apologizes to board for Ludacris contract

    ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity has apologized to the athletic association’s board of directors following the disclosure that rapper Ludacris was paid $65,000 to perform at the school’s spring football game and also was provided liquor and a box of condoms.

  • Mississippi self-imposes scholarship cuts in football

    OXFORD, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi has self-imposed scholarship reductions in football because of NCAA violations and is still investigating more allegations involving first-round NFL draft pick Laremy Tunsil.

  • In this photo taken Wednesday, May, 25, 2016, Baylor President Ken Starr leaves a terminal at  Waco airport in Waco, Texas.  Baylor University's board of regents says it will fire football coach Art Briles and re-assign Starr in response to questions about its handling of sexual assault complaints against players.  The university said in a statement Thursday, May 26, 2016, that it had suspended Briles "with intent to terminate."  Starr will leave the position of president on May 31, but the school says he will serve as chancellor. (Rod Aydelotte/Waco Tribune Herald, via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

    Baylor looks to rebuild after report on sex assaults

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Baylor University will be looking to rebuild its reputation and perhaps its football program after an outside review found administrators mishandled allegations of sexual assault and the team ran with an attitude that it was above the rules.

  • In this Sept. 12, 2015, file photo, Baylor coach Art Briles yells from the sideline during the first half of an NCAA college football game against Lamar in Waco, Texas. Baylor University's board of regents says it will fire Briles and re-assign university President Kenneth Starr in response to questions about its handling of sexual assault complaints against players.  The university said in a statement Thursday, May 26, 2016, that it had suspended Briles "with intent to terminate."  Starr will leave the position of president on May 31, but the school says he will serve as chancellor. (AP Photo/LM Otero, File)

    News Guide: Review finds Baylor disregarded sexual assault

    DALLAS (AP) — After months of silence, Baylor University responded to mounting criticism of its handling of accusations of sexual assaults and other attacks by football players by demoting its president, Ken Starr, and firing its football coach, Art Briles.