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Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Baylor's KD Cannon, one of the Big 12's top returning wide receivers, posted the following on his Twitter account tonight to address rumors he could transfer: "BAYLOR IS MY HOME AND THATS WHERE I WILL STAY AND FINISH MY COLLEGE CAREER."

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Molder holding off Simpson, Spieth at Colonial

Bryce Molder is holding off Webb Simpson and Jordan Spieth but still has three holes to play in the second round of the Colonial, where thunderstorms interrupted action early.

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

Baylor lost its second commitment since Art Briles was fired when Houston (Texas) Bellaire lineman Jayden Peevy backed off his pledge Friday night. The Bears are now down to four pledges in the 2017 class, and two of those commits are actively looking around at other schools.

Jean-Jacques Taylor ESPN Staff Writer 

Jurickson Profar will lead off and play second base for the Rangers jn place of Rougned Odor, who begins his seven-game suspension today for nailing Toronto's Jose Bautista in the jaw with a perfect right hand.

Jean-Jacques Taylor ESPN Staff Writer 

The Rangers have placed deposed closer Shawn Tolleson on the MLB Family Medical Emergency List . He can stay on the family medical emergency list for a minimum of 3 days to a maximum of 7 days. Tolleson is 0-2 with a 10.13 ERA in 20 games for the Rangers this season.

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

A lot of folks in the media have speculated Texas and Texas A&M could benefit big time from Baylor signees if they get released from their national letter-of-intent, but several recruiters told me today TCU could be the biggest beneficiary. Quite a few of Baylor's 2016 recruits had the Horned Frogs as finalists.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Per a source, Baylor RB signee Kameron Martin doesn't plan to enroll next week and has asked for release from his letter of intent. Martin was a 4-star recruit and had been committed to Baylor since July 2014.

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19hJake Trotter

Big 12 mailbag: Ramifications of Baylor scandal

Baylor isn't done cleaning house, which could affect recruiting, but at the moment the 2016 roster has enough talent to compete for a Big 12 title.

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Andy Staples: NCAA shouldn't rule on Baylor

Sports Illustrated's Andy Staples covers the fate of Baylor's coaching staff, whether the NCAA will punish the Bears, the program's outlook and Mississippi's self-imposed sanctions.

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'Rushing for 1,200 yards may not be enough'

Cowboys NFL Nation reporter Todd Archer discusses Tony Romo's health and how he's looked so far in the offseason, the expectations for Ezekiel Elliott and why rushing 1,200 yards in 2016 might not be enough.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Now we know why Texas fired defensive backs coach Chris Vaughn in February. Vaughn is accused of multiple Level I violations in the NCAA's notice of allegations that Ole Miss released Friday morning. Vaughn, an assistant for the Rebels from 2008-11, reportedly engaged in an ACT fraud scheme for three recruits in 2010. He's also accused of helping provide impermissible benefits and lying to NCAA investigators.

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Greg Hardy is best available free agent

The mercurial defensive end is still on the market for reasons other than football, but Hardy can still play. John Clayton thinks some team will give the 27-year-old a shot. Best remaining FAs

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1dMax Olson

How Art Briles foreshadowed his own demise

Art Briles has talked about his "nonjudgmental" program that wanted "mavericks" and prided itself on giving second chances. That attitude, mixed with indifference toward victims, did him in.

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1dJane McManus

Baylor hasn't gone far enough

Baylor can't move forward with old pieces in place, Jane McManus writes. Any employee who participated in the actions detailed in the report -- or knew about them -- must go.