Monday, August 14, 2017

"Baylor avoided random drug testing [for student-athletes], according to book"

ESPN:

According to Baylor regents and other administrators, its athletics department avoided random drug testing because of the university's overall strict policy against marijuana use, in which one reported incident might lead to suspension for a semester and a second incident could result in expulsion. Since the university's strict conduct code might derail a student-athlete's career, athletics department officials didn't think it was fair to subject them to random testing.