Report: Baylor fires two more football staffers in wake of investigation
Baylor has reportedly fired two more members of its football program following the Pepper Hamilton report on sexual assault allegations against members of the team
The fallout from the investigation into sexual assault allegations against the Baylor football program continues as the Bears have fired two more football staffers, according to Dan Wolken of USA Today.
Baylor's athletic director for football operations Colin Shillinglaw and longtime staffer Tom Hill are the latest members of the football staff to be let go by the school.
According to Wolken, Shillinglaw was someone who "worked closely with Briles on personnel matters behind the scenes and had been involved with the accusation" filed in the Pepper Hamilton report. Hill was a part of the Baylor football staff for 15 years in undefined capacities but was reportedly very involved with the program.
The firings come a day after Baylor hired former Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe to be the new acting football coach and athletic director Ian McCaw resigned. It's unknown if there will be further staff changes within the football program.
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