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Coming on the heels of the horrific Rachel Holick story, this seems very topical and on-point.

Despite the NCAA’s own findings that Baylor University had a “campus-wide culture of sexual violence” and officials failed to report claims of sexual assault against football players — the team is set to kick off another football season on September 4 without any consequences. Why? Because as of now, current NCAA rules do not allow the Committee on Infractions to punish schools for how they handle cases of sexual misconduct.

It is outrageous that the NCAA has not adopted regulations to hold members accountable for sexual misconduct within their athletic programs.

Read on.