Racist Regents ‘Scapegoated' Black Football Players in Baylor Rape Scandal, Former AD Says

Former Baylor University athletic director Ian McCaw said in a deposition that the school "essentially scapegoated black football players and the football program for being responsible for what was a decades-long, university-wide sexual assault scandal," according to a filing Wednesday in federal court.

McCaw, the athletic director for 13 years, called a 13-page summary of Baylor's internal investigation into how the school handled allegations of sexual assault "phony." He said he was "disgusted" by the Baylor regents' racism.

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