Baylor refutes report of self-imposed bowl ban for 2018

Officials at Baylor are disputing a report published by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram earlier Tuesday night that suggested school lawyers recommended a one-year, self-imposed bowl ban for the 2018 season, according to Mark Schlabach of ESPN.

The recommendation was reportedly to be part of the NCAA punishment for the school's sexual assault scandal.

"It is irresponsible to report that Baylor is considering a football bowl ban for the 2018 season when in fact the NCAA investigation into the prior football staff and previous athletics administration remains active and ongoing," Baylor's statement to ESPN said. "Additionally, it is premature to speculate as to what the University's sanctions will be at this point in time."

Baylor refutes report of self-imposed bowl ban for 2018
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