Mack Rhoades doesn't pretend to fully understand the mistakes Baylor has made. The school's new athletic director is just intent on doing his part to make sure they don't happen again.
Rhoades was formally introduced Monday by Baylor, a program reeling from allegations that it didn't properly handle sexual assault claims against some football players.
"There are just certain things that we won't tolerate and moving forward, you know, everybody will be on that same page," Rhoades said. "And when I say everybody, that's the university, that's the athletics department, that's our coaches, our student-athletes. Everyone."
His introduction came on the...