For five years, former Baylor coach Dave Bliss has stayed away from any public attention and from the college game he loves. But he has reimerged this year and said he hopes he is "part of the solution, not the problem," writes Dana O'Neil.
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
Comedian Bill Cosby was greeted by Baylor's marching band and a crowd estimated at 20,000 people Thursday night at a "pep rally" designed to boost morale at a university shaken by heartache and scandal.
Baylor is committed to staying in the Big 12 and putting a together for the 2003-04 season despite the scandal of a murdered player and coach Dave Bliss' attempted coverup of NCAA violations, university president Robert Sloan said Monday.
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.