One case was a student who said she was raped by Tre’von Armstead and Shamychal Chatman in 2013. Crawford told 60 Minutes Sports that the police report was withheld from her. ESPN’s Outside the Lines got a copy of the report in April, which included witnesses telling police they heard “fist-hitting noises” and a woman saying “no, no please stop.” OTL previously reported many details of the police report but did not specifically call what happened a gang rape.
I assume Armstead wasn't first string because he eventually got expelled.
Near the end, the program talked to several Baylor regents, including Dr. Neal Jeffrey, who also played quarterback for Baylor in the 1970s. Keteyian asked Jeffrey if Baylor’s sudden success was a factor, asking, “How much of this was protecting the brand, protecting the image of the school, protecting donors, and the potential of decreased enrollment?”
Jeffrey responded, first by acknowledging what a big deal football is in Texas and at Baylor before getting into what he saw as the problem.
“Art, in one sense, had us where we’ve never been before, and we were winning and things were awesome,” Jeffrey said. “And I think our main problem was it’s—it’s hard to mess up awesome.”
You people are just fantastic. Go football!