Big 12 reprimands Baylor assistant coach

Ponca City Now - September 25, 2015 9:43 am

IRVING, Texas (AP) – The Big 12 Conference has issued a public reprimand against the Baylor assistant coach who was on the sideline during an Oklahoma home game.

The league has also accepted Baylor’s self-imposed penalty against passing game coordinator Jeff Lebby, who will be suspended for the first half when the fifth-ranked Bears host 15th-ranked Oklahoma on Nov. 14.

Lebby, the son-in-law of Baylor coach Art Briles, was on the sideline during Oklahoma’s game last Saturday against Tulsa when Baylor had an open date.

Lebby, an Oklahoma graduate and former student assistant coach for the Sooners, was in Oklahoma for a wedding. He went to the game with credentials arranged by first-year Tulsa coach Philip Montgomery, a Baylor assistant the previous seven years.

 

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