Grobe: Winning not at expense of character at hurting Baylor

WACO, Texas (AP) — Acting Baylor coach Jim Grobe says winning is very important but won't come at the expense of character and integrity.

The former Wake Forest coach is taking over a program reeling from a report that determined school leadership inappropriately handled allegations of sexual violence made by students, some against football players. Grobe said Friday that there will be no tolerance for egregious acts like sexual assault and bullying.

Four days after being brought in to replace the fired Art Briles, Grobe said there are a lot of sad players who are embarrassed and committed to doing the right thing.

Grobe said he is keeping the coaching staff intact, including Briles' son and son-in-law.