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  1. Bliss left program after payment scandal

    Former Baylor University basketball coach Dave Bliss may be called to testify at former player Carlton Dotson's upcoming murder trial.

    Story | Conversation | May 13, 2005
  2. Probe also finds drug tests covered up

    Baylor University's former basketball coach made improper payments to students and allowed major NCAA infractions to occur in his program, the school president said Thursday.

    Story | Conversation | February 26, 2004
  3. Bliss working with Colorado prep team

    Former Baylor coach Dave Bliss, who resigned after acknowledging that he broke NCAA rules by making payments to Patrick Dennehy and another player, is working again.

    Story | Conversation | December 03, 2003
  4. Sloan's job at Baylor in jeopardy

    The president at Baylor, the university rocked by a scandal involving a cover-up of improper tuition payments paid to a slain basketball player, should step down because he cannot unite the school amid the crisis, say three former chairmen of Baylor's

    Story | Conversation | September 06, 2003
  5. Scandal prompts overhaul in athletic leadership ranks

    Baylor organized a six-member search committee Tuesday to find a new men's basketball coach and athletic director as the school moves to dig out from the crushing scandal of a murdered player, drug use and improper payments to athletes.

    Story | Conversation | August 12, 2003
  6. Investigation expected to say Bliss acted alone

    Andy Katz

    Baylor's internal investigation into NCAA violations is expected to say former men's basketball coach Dave Bliss acted alone without any booster involvement in setting up the tuition payments of two non-scholarship players last season, a source close to the investigation told on Monday night.

    Story | Conversation | August 11, 2003
  7. Sources: Booster helped two players with tuition

    Andy Katz

    Former Baylor coach Dave Bliss is expected to meet with the school's investigative committee Monday and explain where the illegal payments for the tuitions of two of his players originated, multiple Baylor sources told

    Story | Conversation | August 10, 2003
  8. Report: Bliss admits making improper payments

    Dave Bliss admitted direct involvement in improper tuition payments for two Baylor players, The Dallas Morning News reported on Sunday.

    Story | Conversation | August 10, 2003
  9. Friend says player got help from Belcher

    A friend of slain Baylor player Patrick Dennehy said he had told her that coaches gave him blank money orders, according to a published report. Lacie Richardson also said Carlton Dotson suspected Dennehy had been intimate with Dotson's now-estranged wife.

    Story | Conversation | August 07, 2003
  10. NCAA memo details booster payments, other infractions

    Baylor basketball coach Dave Bliss left Southern Methodist University in 1988 after an NCAA investigation uncovered evidence of infractions, according to a copyright newspaper report.

    Story | Conversation | August 02, 2003
  11. Kethley cites fake drug tests, cash payments

    As authorities work to confirm the identity of a body found Saturday near where they have been searching for missing Baylor basketball player Patrick Dennehy, the inquisition of the Baylor program continues to heat up.

    Story | Conversation | July 26, 2003
  12. Waco auto dealer disputes Dennehy's father's story

    Adriana Gallegos, who dated Dennehy after they met nearly three years ago at the University of New Mexico and has remained good friends with him, told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram in Thursday's editions that Dennehy returned to Albuquerque, N.M., happy

    Story | Conversation | July 24, 2003
  13. School laments timing, undertakes inquiry

    Already reeling from the saga surrounding basketball player Patrick Dennehy's disappearance, Baylor's beleaguered athletic department faced questions Wednesday about whether coaches made improper payments to Dennehy.

    Story | Conversation | July 23, 2003