Baylor is attempting to reel in a program that has been under fire for a litany of sexual assault incidents stemming from the Art Briles era, as well two incidents resulting in the suspension of one assistant and the firing of another under current head coach Matt Rhule, by creating a code of conduct for each person associated with the program.
Rhule was asked about creating the document:
“I can’t really comment on the specifics because they were personnel matters. But what I will say is, I feel like we’ve established clear expectations and a code of conduct for every person — for myself, for coaches, for the staff, for the players. I think hopefully everyone knows in our program that if you fail to meet those expectations, you’re going to be held accountable.” - Matt Rhule via Max Olson (ESPN)