The first woman to sue Baylor University over allegations the nation's largest Baptist school ignored or mishandled rape allegations has settled her case, her attorney said Tuesday. Jasmin Hernandez sued Baylor in early 2016, two months before the school released the results of an internal investigation that found Baylor had mishandled rape or assault cases for years and the football program acted as if it was "above the rules." Baylor fired football coach Art Briles, demoted university President Ken Starr and reprimanded athletic director Ian McCaw in May 2016. Starr and McCaw later left the school. Briles and McCaw were also named as defendants in the Hernandez lawsuit, but federal court records
Kirby Smart said he has no issues with the progress of Netori Johnson. Yes, freshman Netori Johnson has been seeing most of his work at right guard with Georgia’s third team, but according to head coach Kirby Smart, he’s not displeased. Although fellow freshmen like Isaiah Wilson and Andrew Thomas have garnered most of the early attention, Smart said Johnson is adjusting well and his hopes for him remain high.
In a span of just a few hours, Lane Kiffin Tuesday bolstered his first Florida Atlantic roster with a pair of Power Five transfers. In the middle of the afternoon Tuesday, Auburn confirmed that John Franklin III had decided to transfer from the Tigers in order to be closer to his Fort Lauderdale, Fla., home. Not long after, the quarterback-turned-wide receiver revealed on his Instagram account that he is “coming home and looking forward to playing my last collegiate season at FAU under Coach Lane Kiffin.” Franklin would come to the Owls as a graduate transfer, giving him immediate eligibility. Not even four hours later, Chris Robison took to social media on his private Twitter account to announce