Baylor acting head coach Jim Grobe says he has no plans to coach after this season.
The 64-year-old coach said Monday that he told new Baylor athletic director Mack Rhoades early in the season that he didn’t want to be a candidate to be the full-time coach. Grobe says his mindset has always been to help the Bears get through this season, including their bowl game.
Despite some rocky times, Grobe says he has no regrets about coming out of semiretirement after Baylor suddenly dismissed Art Briles last May after a report alleging that the university mishandled complaints of sexual assault.
The Bears play their regular-season finale Saturday at West Virginia. Baylor has a five-game losing streak since starting 6-0 to get bowl eligible.
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Baylor regents conspired to focus the school's decades-long sexual assault scandal on black football players and worked to put all the blame on athletics, former AD Ian McCaw said in a deposition taken in an ongoing Title IX lawsuit against the school.
Mount Union in Alliance, Ohio, turned out the current head coaches at Iowa State and Toledo, along with prominent assistants at Ohio State and Michigan, who all emerged from an intense setting in which about 10 percent of undergrads play football.
An appeals court is upholding a misdemeanor child endangerment conviction against former Penn State president Graham Spanier over his handling of a 2001 complaint about Jerry Sandusky showering with a boy in the football team locker room.
University of Maryland officials struck a balance between celebratory and somber on Tuesday as they officially introduced Damon Evans as their new athletic director while also still mourning the death of 19-year-old football player Jordan McNair.