q sports panel: sexual assault cover up at Baylor University

q's sports culture panel thinks beyond the play-by-play to weigh in on the societal impact of sports stories.
Baylor head coach Art Briles, centre, is seen in a 2013 file photo. Briles has coached the school's football team since 2008. (Tony Gutierrez/The Associated Press)

q's sports culture panel thinks beyond the play-by-play to weigh in on the societal impact of sports stories. Not a fan? Not a problem. Our panel watches much more than the scoreboard. 

Today the Toronto Star's Morgan Campbell, CBC host and reporter Sonali Karnick and The Nation's Dave Zirin join Shad to discuss the biggest and strangest stories in sports. Today: 

  • Reports of a cover up of sexual assault allegations at Baylor University. Should the school lose its entire football program?
  • The mysterious story of a Mexican soccer star who was kidnapped this week.
  • And we'll try as hard as we can to give you a reason to care about this year's Stanley Cup finals. 


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