Published: Fri, February 03, 2017
Global | By Maureen Mccoy

Art Briles Drops His Lawsuit Against Baylor

Art Briles Drops His Lawsuit Against Baylor

"[Baylor] overloaded him in an endless supply of money, lawyers, resources, and no restraints on anything they'll do to achieve their goals", Ernest Cannon told KWTX.

Briles, who was sacked last May amid a sexual assault scandal, had filed the lawsuit in December, alleging that his reputation had been damaged by "false and inflammatory statements" made by Baylor officials and seeking more than $1 million in damages, saying they had "likely ended his profession and career".

"I'm sorry we didn't get this resolved for all the Baylor people, so they could know the truth", Cannon said.

Former Baylor football coach Art Briles dropped a lawsuit Wednesday he had filed against four officials at the school. As part of it, Briles also claimed he was being prevented from finding another coaching job because of the allegations stemming from the sexual assault scandal at the school.

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The suit was filed in December, shortly after Briles's alma mater, Houston, had issued a statement saying that it was not considering him for its head coaching vacancy.

Briles' suit targeted three regents for the school and a Baylor vice president for libel and slander.

The report, which came out in May 2016, stated Baylor was extremely negligent in the proper Title IX response processes to students who claim they were sexually assaulted.

Baylor's Board of Regents has admitted to mishandling sexual assault reports involving 17 women and 19 football players between 2011 and 2015.

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