Baylor is currently in the throws of one of the worst sex-scandals of all time.
However, the Baylor basketball program was previously rocked by a scandal that is now the subject of a documentary which will air on Showtime at the end of March.
The subject of the documentary is one of the darkest and most unbelievable stories in the history of collegiate sports. The granddaddy of all cover-up attempts that revealed a shocking lack of empathy and concern only for self-preservation highlights one of the schools darkest hours.
In 2003, Carlton Dotson shot and killed teammate Patrick Dennehy. Former coach Dave Bliss then tried to cover up illegal payments to players by portraying Dennehy as a drug dealer. Bliss resigned from Baylor after Dennehy was killed and his NCAA infractions were revealed. He has coached at Southwest Christian University in Oklahoma for the past year.
The documentary will premiere on March 31 on Showtime and appears to have all the elements to make it a worthwhile watch.