Baffoe: Canadian Football Goes AmericanThe CFL's Hamilton Tiger-Cats hiring and then unhiring Art Briles was oh so familiar.
5 Things: Conference Championship WeekThe madness has already begun with a couple of newcomers and one familiar face clinching tournament bids.
2017 Big 12 Basketball Tournament PreviewThe Kansas Jayhawks look to add a Big 12 conference tournament title to go with their regular-season conference title.
The Bernstein Brief: Baylor Coach Kim Mulkey's Apology Misses The MarkMulkey is looking to protect the school's brand amid a rape scandal.
CBS Sports' Wally Szczerbiak Breaks Down Kansas-Baylor, Round TwoCBS Sports college basketball analyst Wally Szczerbiak looks at Kansas-Baylor, a rematch between the Big 12's top two teams.
Baylor Fans Still Supporting Art Briles Should Be Ashamed Of ThemselvesThe campaign to bring back the disgraced football coach needs to stop.
Baffoe: This Week In College Football Being Moral TrashFootball might be a seasonal sport, but its ability off the field to be vile is evergreen.
Bernstein: We're Letting Art Briles Get Away With ItBriles will ooze his way back to a place of outsized power at a college, where women will be in greater danger the moment he arrives.
Fired Coach Art Briles Blasts BaylorBriles is accusing the school of wrongful termination and indicated he has no interest in settling a federal lawsuit filed against him and the university by a woman who was raped by a football player.
Bernstein: Seriously, Baylor?The power brokers at Baylor are considering a one-year suspension for Art Briles instead of a firing.
Fired Baylor Coach Art Briles: 'I Would Have Done Certain Things Differently'Briles was fired last week following an investigation into the handling of sexual assault allegations.
Former Baylor President Ken Starr Resigns As School ChancellorStarr says he'll continue to teach at Baylor's law school.
Baffoe: Baylor's Lies Are Our LiesTime and again, we put sports above humanity, so we don't have to lie to ourselves.
Baylor Fires Art BrilesThe move comes amid questions about administrators' handling of sexual assault complaints against players.
Bernstein: Is Baylor Really Going To Get Away With This?The university has enabled multiple sexual assaults of female students by football players over a period of years.