Reporter Sneaks In Question To Art Briles About Changing Mascot From Tigers To Scapegoats
Ray Carlin-USA TODAY Sports
Former Baylor head coach Art Briles has a new gig coaching the Mount Vernon high school team in Texas. As you know, he was fired from Baylor about four years after the school’s sexual assault scandal. When talking to the media on Monday, one reporter snuck in a quick question asking him if his team will be changing their mascot name from the "Tigers" to the "Scapegoats"...

(The Spun)
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I'm not sure there was a "scapegoat". The Baylor President, Athletic Director and Head Coach, all resigned on the same day. fyi. The Baylor president was Ken Starr, of Washington DC prominence.
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Not really savage. I took that as in she was supporting him by the claims he was just used as the scapegoat by the administration in the whole Baylor mess.
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