Woman shares her sexual assault story with Baylor players
WACO, Texas (AP) A woman who said she was raped by two Oregon State football players and two other men in 1998 has shared her story with the Baylor football team.
Brenda Tracy spoke to the Bears on Monday, two months after a 13-page report said Baylor failed to properly handle accusations of sexual assault, involving some of its former football players.
After hearing about Baylor's case, Tracy had openly called for the NCAA to shut down the football program.
Tracy told ESPN Central Texas radio that Baylor players were engaged and paying attention, and that she told them that they have an opportunity to exact real change and be an example to follow. She was invited to campus by Baylor acting head coach Jim Grobe.
A month ago, Tracy shared her story with Nebraska's team. The Cornhuskers are coached by Mike Riley, who was Oregon State's head coach in 1998.
The Associated Press generally doesn't identify sexual assault victims, but Tracy has spoken publicly about her experience.