June 13th, 2018 | by CollegeAD

The NCAA began its investigation of Baylor in May 2017 to look into the specifics of a rape scandal that shadowed the university for well over a year and ultimately led to the dismissal of football coach Art Briles in May 2016. According to multiple Baylor officials, the school is expecting that the investigation and interviews will be completed shortly before the start of the 2018 academic year. This process, according to Baylor officials, has gone faster than expected. Department officials are hoping for a resolution by the spring of 2019. The issue for the NCAA is to determine whether the Baylor athletic department afforded opportunities and treatment to the student-athletes that were not available to all students. Or whether it violated other NCAA rules. – Mac Engel, star-telegram. Read More.

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