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Baylor football coach Matt Rhule announced Wednesday that four players have been suspended from the team, including junior linebacker Eric Ogor, redshirt freshman safeties Tre’von Lewis and John Arthur and redshirt freshman defensive end Justin Harris.

Baylor added strength up front to its 2018 recruiting class as offensive lineman Johncarlo Valentin from ASA College in Brooklyn signed his national letter of intent on Wednesday.

The Indianapolis Colts head coaching job is open again after New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels decided not to take it Wednesday.

Rowlett senior quarterback Preston Weeks has verbally committed to Baylor as a preferred walk-on following a visit over the weekend.

Baylor defensive line coach Elijah Robinson is headed to Texas A&M where he will coach a similar position under new coach Jimbo Fisher.

Baylor continued to bolster its offensive line as it received a verbal commitment from Johncarlo Valentin from ASA College in Brooklyn on Sunday.

The American Football Coaches Association canceled former Baylor coach Art Briles’ appearance at the organization’s convention Tuesday in Charlotte, N.C.

UPDATE, Monday 9:38 a.m.: The American football Coaches Association has canceled Briles' appearance at the coaches' convention. In a statement released on twitter, AFCA executive director Todd Berry said, in part: "Art Briles was scheduled to speak at the 2018 AFCA Convention. However, due to concerns, we have decided to cancel his session. I'm saddened that our coaches have lost an opportunity."

Temple University cornerback Derrek Thomas will transfer to Baylor for his final season of eligibility, according to reports.

Baylor running back JaMycal Hasty and linebacker D.J. Artis will serve suspensions in the 2018 Big 12 opener against Kansas for their roles in a scuffle between Baylor and TCU football players during Friday’s game in Fort Worth.

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FORT WORTH — Baylor has suffered a remarkable number of injuries throughout the season, and it wasn’t any different in Friday’s season-ending 45-22 loss to No. 10 TCU as freshman quarterback Charlie Brewer went out with a dislocated shoulder late in the third quarter.

With only one win heading into the final game of the season, Baylor will be a heavy underdog when it faces No. 10 TCU at 11 a.m. Friday at Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth.

With only two games left in a painful, difficult season, Baylor still wants to make the most of its remaining time and send out the seniors with some great final memories.