Baylor University is being hit with NCCA infractions related to the school providing impermissible benefits to a football student-athlete. The student-athlete was allowed to play after he failed to meet an academic performance plan. The school also operated a female student-host program that did not meet the organization's recruiting rules. The school's illegal host group the "Baylor Bruins," were at "the disposal of football players in a very inappropriate way." The infractions include four years probation, a $5,000 fine and future restrictions on recruiting.