The former Baylor head coach oversaw a program rife with alleged sexual abuse, yet he is coaching again, and that is despicable.
"This is a very dirty place."
That stadium is the envy of the football-playing world. Over the past year, however, we have learned at what cost those new
Baylor prioritized its football players over the alleged victims.
Baylor -- should it run the table and beat K-State on Dec. 6 -- belongs in the playoff. Briles is a mastermind who in Petty has found the perfect guy to orchestrate his offense, and the Bears are one of the few teams in the country that can beat anyone.
TCU knocked off Oklahoma last week at home to vault into the Top 15 of our College Football Power Rankings. The upsets should stop there, however, as the Horned Frogs head to Waco, Texas without enough firepower to hang with one of the best all-around teams in all of college football.
#GameDaySigns pic.twitter.com/PZ3Oc9WxSE — Ozzy Ricketts (@Ozzzwallld) November 23, 2013 As usual, there were plenty of absurd