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Daily Round Up: Another Baylor Victim Comes Forward

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Texas' strongest position is running back: The linebacker and cornerback positions are also good.

John Burt is fast: Burt made the 110-meter hurdle field at the NCAA track and field championships. One of only two freshmen to make qualify for the championships in that event, Burt finished 23rd overall.

Position battles are heating up this summer: There are position battles at wide receiver, all along the offensive line, defensive tackle and safety.

Read Option(al) or some other stuff.

Another Baylor victim has come forward: "Ally" was raped in 2014 by a current Baylor player. She didn't come forward until now because she was afraid of retaliation by the player's family and friends.

Baylor is trying to make people believe that there is no written report: While pressure is mounting to release the entire Pepper Hamilton report, Baylor Acting President David Garland stated that a full report doesn't exist.

Baylor has had issues as far back as 1897: Texas Monthly has a great article on Baylor's sordid history.

Should Kevin Sumlin be on the hot seat: According to SI's Andy Staples, Sumlin has taken the Aggie program to new heights and asks if he should be on the hot seat.

Bill Simmons talks openly about his break with ESPN: Bill Simmons tenure with ESPN did not end well.

The Queen has Oklahoma! on her playlist: Town & Country has a list of the Queen's favorite songs and everyone's most hated musical number made the list.