Episode 10: Because The NCAA Cares

A tragedy occurred at Baylor.  A new lawsuit alleges there were 52 sexual assaults by Baylor football players from 2011 to 2014.  The Baylor coaching staff and university officials allegedly ignored the allegations when brought to there attention, or worse, tried to convince victims to leave the university or accept free tuition for being silent. Currently, the NCAA penalty is limited to loss of TV revenue. This is what happens when Penn State gets away with covering up Sandusky's crimes.  There is a problem going on in America on college campuses and football program heads are feeding it by looking the other way when assaults occur. 

This week's episode also recaps the Super Bowl, the Cavs acquisition of Derrick Williams, the Browns recent roster moves and Charles Oakley getting thrown out of Madison Square Garden.