A large number of sexual assaults of the Baylor University athletes in the first half of the 2010 efforts and generalized by university administrators to cancel the information about violence, they made the private university of Texas a national example of a national example of a Out of control sports program. .

But when the Athletic Collegiate National Association announced the results of his years, on Wednesday of Baylor, he concluded that practically none of the university's bad behavior was against the rules of the association .

The problem was twice, said the report of the Division Committee I of the infractions. The members of the NCAA to date have chosen not to approve national standards that make a rape of assault or sexual violence, choosing to leave the implementation of sexual behavior largely to individual institutions. Secondly, the main universities are found in hot water with the NCAA is when they treat athletes in a significant way differently than those who make their other students, or give them "inadmissible benefits". But Baylor had a sexual violence of a "non-report campus culture," said the NCAA panel, which athletes could not really be selected as a special treatment.

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    "Baylor admitted in moral and ethical failures in his management of sexual violence on campus, but argued that those faults, however, ripped, do not constitute violations of NCAA's legislation", The report of the NCAA said. "Ultimately, and with great reluctance, this panel agrees". "

    " determined that this failure was not limited to the athletic department, "said Joel Maturi, Director of Special Group Hear, during an NCAA press. Conference." The faculty and staff throughout the Campus did not know or understand their obligation to report complaints of sexual and interpersonal violence. As a result, we reluctantly conclude that the failure to inform and address the incidents of sexual violence was not a violation of the Statute 16. "

    The NCAA placed the university in four years of probation, imposed a fine of $ 5,000 for violations and limited recruitment on football on what happened under the former football coach, Bile Art. The NCAA found violations of rules against Baylor between 2011 and 2016, including "inadmissible benefits" and defective drug tests in the soccer program, and violations involving Baylor's predominantly female student host program

    Baylor's outcome reaches as the NCAA is preparing To rethink the way in which university sports governs, at a time when the association has suffered important legal revolutions on their restrictions by compensating athletes and faces a broad public disdain.

    "I think the seven panel members believe that there should have been or could have been an avenue for us to address this," Maturi said. "But that depends on all the membership." googleg.cmd.push (function () googleg.display ("dfp-ad-article_in_article"););

    The president of the NCAA, Mark Emmert made a similar statement, saying that the NCAA needs "transformational change" to address sexual assault.

    "This is a clear demonstration of why the association needs transformational change to create the alignment between authority and authority. The responsibility of addressing the most critical problems in university sports," said Emmert. "The newly formed Constitution Committee is responsible for making this change and membership should vote to do so at our national convention in January."

    Josephine (Jo) Potuto, Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Nebraska and a former president of the NCAA infraction committee, said: "There is no doubt about it" that the book of rules of the NCAA limits what the organization can decide.

    "There is a rule

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