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Baylor suspends Eric Ogor for violation of team rules


The good news for Baylor? It seems as though this suspension has nothing to do with Title IX. The bad news? It still had to suspend a scholarship player for the rest of the season.

Eric Ogor was suspended for violation of team rules, exactly which rule he broke was not specified.

A Baylor spokeswoman did confirm, though, that the violation was in no way related to a Title IX lawsuit. Baylor currently has four active Title IX lawsuits filed against them.

Ogor will not be allowed to practice with the team for the rest of the season, though he may return to the team in the spring for team related activities. He will remain on scholarship during his suspension and the Bears hope he can return having resolved whatever attitude issues are plaguing him. Ogor played in two games last season but was ultimately redshirted for his true freshman year.

This season, he has played sparingly through Baylor’s first three games, recording five tackles.

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