ESPN host Paul Finebaum was on fire Saturday morning to start College GameDay in Washington.
Finebaum previously blasted the Baylor football program for having “no moral compass” or “common decency” in the midst of the sexual assault scandal that rocked the university earlier this year.
On Saturday, Finebaum once again went after Baylor and said the Big 12 should cancel the season.
The comments come after the NCAA said it would not sanction the program, despite covering up multiple sexual assaults, a complete lack of understanding and responsibility from players, boosters and fans.
Here are his comments.
— Deadspin (@Deadspin) November 12, 2016
Finebaum is completely right.
Someone needs to step in and do something, because it is clear that Baylor is not willing to hold itself accountable and the NCAA deserves some criticism as well for seemingly turning a blind eye.
Let’s just hope that something happens that will begin a change of culture for the program and university. It’s pretty clear it is needed.
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