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Baylor Fires Coach Briles, Demotes President Starr In Response To Sexual Assault Scandal

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 27 / 16

Baylor made "sweeping personnel changes" at the school Thursday amid "an ongoing sexual assault scandal, including the removal of Ken Starr as president and Art Briles as head football coach," according to a front-page piece by Phillip Ericksen of the WACO TRIBUNE-HERALD. Philadelphia-based law firm...

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CBS Revamps Pregame Show

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Closing Bell, February 27, 2002

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Franchise Notes

MAGIC CARPET RIDE? WSOC-ABC''s Bill Walker reported SMI Chair Bruton Smith "talked about changes if [his purchase of the Magic goes through], like building more suites in the current [Charlotte] Colis

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Sixth Sports Law Symposium

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Media Monitor

TV MONITOR: Last night''s 11:00pm ET 60-minute edition of ESPN''s "SportsCenter" led with an injury update on Wizards F Michael Jordan, followed by Lakers-Bucks. The first non-NBA report was MI St. Un

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Names In The News

F1: The HOLLYWOOD REPORTER''s Scott Roxborough writes car manufacturers that sponsor F1 teams "may be interested in acquiring a stake in F1 broadcast rights from [KIRCH GROUP] if the price is right."

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Media Notes

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