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It Was Too Good To Be True: Baylor Teams Facing Possible Sanctions From NCAA

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It Was Too Good To Be True: Baylor Teams Facing Possible Sanctions From NCAA

This past season, the Baylor Bears athletic program attained a Heisman trophy won by their star quarterback RGIII, their men’s basketball team made it far into the NCAA tournament, and we also watched the women’s basketball team , led by 6″8 giant Brittany Griner, go 40-0 to win a National title.

But all good things must come to an end as Baylor’s athletic program may be facing future sanctions from the NCAA for recent violations.

 The men’s and women’s basketball programs at Baylor University are facing possible NCAA sanctions following an investigation that uncovered more than 1,200 impermissible phone calls and text messages during a 29-month span.

Men’s coach Scott Drew, women’s coach Kim Mulkey and their assistants were involved in the impermissible phone calls and texts. ESPN.com obtained a copy of the summary disposition, which was produced by the NCAA enforcement staff and Baylor.

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