Baylor facing possible NCAA sanctions
The men’s and women’s basketball programs at Baylor are facing potential NCAA sanctions after an investigation discovered more than 1,200 impermissible phone calls and texts during a 29-month span.
Both coaches – Scott Drew of the men’s team and Kim Mulkey of the NCAA champion women’s club – were involved, according to the summary disposition acquired by ESPN.com.
According to the report, Drew and Mulkey – in addition to assistants Paul Mills and Jerome Tang of the men’s team and Damion McKinney of the women’s club – have acknowledged their involvement.
A 66-page report detailed a number of violations, but focused on the 738 impermissible text messages and 528 phone calls over the span of nearly 2 1/2 years.
Baylor has self-imposed penalties following an NCAA probe in 2008.