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In 2016, Baylor adopted the same drug policy that Notre Dame uses.
It calls for a six-month probationary period for the first positive test for marijuana; one year of probation and ban for 33 percent of competition for a second; one-year ban and probation for a third; and dismissal from the team for a fourth.
He told ESPN earlier this summer that the Bears had already suspended a football player for testing positive."Candidly, it really surprised me," Rhoades told ESPN.
"It was the first program that I'd been a part of that didn't have a robust policy."Among other findings in "Violated":• A former Baylor student, quoted under the pseudonym "Jennifer" in the book, describes in detail being gang raped by football players twice in 2012.
She described one of the alleged assaults that took place in a bathroom:"I kept asking, 'I want to leave. I tried to get up, and they threw me back to the ground.
I was all bruised up because of that."The woman didn't report either incident to the police or school at the time.
Already reeling from bad publicity around the mishandling of sexual assault cases, the lack of drug testing was another indicator of just how insular the football program had been under former coach Art Briles, who was fired in May 2016."That was my first realization that this was likely to not end up well," Baylor regent J.But if a school has a written drug policy, it is required to follow it under NCAA rules.The NCAA tests for street drugs and performance-enhancing substances at its championship events and does random testing at least once a year at its member institutions.But she detailed how the alleged gang rapes took a toll on her as she endured what she described as a hostile environment on campus.She said her grades plummeted and she had to take time off from school and temporarily transfer to another college, where she developed a skin-picking disorder that is common among people who experience trauma.