San Jose State Spartans

8th MWEST I | 10-18
    • Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield arrested in Arkansas
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      Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield arrested in Arkansas

      According to booking information and a preliminary police report released by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office in Arkansas, Sooners quarterback Baker Mayfield was arrested early Saturday morning and charged with public intoxication, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and fleeing the scene. The report also states that Mayfield was booked at 8:21 a.m. CT on Saturday morning and released at 11:07 a.m. A preliminary hearing on the case has been scheduled for 8 a.m. in Fayetteville District Court on Monday. Mayfield has been a star for Oklahoma the past two seasons in leading the team to back-to-back Big 12 titles. An Oklahoma statement on the matter said they are aware of the matter but are still gathering information.

    • Kim Mulkey offers defense of Baylor amid sex assault scandal by encouraging assault
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      Kim Mulkey offers defense of Baylor amid sex assault scandal by encouraging assault

      Though she isn’t the most visible coach on Baylor’s campus, women’s basketball coach Kim Mulkey is certainly the most accomplished. In her 17th season on campus, Mulkey has led the Lady Bears to two national championships, three Final Fours, eight Big 12 championships and a run of six consecutive Sweet 16 visits. She has mostly remained silent through the school’s ongoing sexual assault scandal, but spoke up Saturday night after an 86-48 thrashing of Texas Tech that saw Baylor clinch its seventh consecutive conference championship and Mulkey secure her 500th win in Waco. “If somebody’s around you and they ever say, ‘I will never send my daughter to Baylor,’ you knock them right in the face,”

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      Mike Gundy says Sugar Bowl loss to Ole Miss wasn’t on a “level playing field”

      Mike Gundy originally blamed himself for Oklahoma State’s 48-20 loss to Ole Miss at the Sugar Bowl that closed the 2015 season. Speaking at the AFCA Convention in Nashville last month, I heard Gundy explain to thousands of fellow coaches he felt he overtrained his Cowboys in preparation to play the physically imposing Rebels. The end result backfired. As I wrote for FootballScoop: As Oklahoma State prepared to face No. 12 Ole Miss in the Sugar Bowl, Gundy pushed his players harder than usual in December practices. “They’re going to knock us off the ball and it’s not going to look pretty,” he remembers thinking. That strategy backfired on him, though, as the Rebels pounded Gundy’s team 48-20.