Baylor Fires Assistant Football Coach After He Was Arrested in Prostitution Sting

Baylor acknowledged it fired an assistant strength and conditioning coach Monday after he was arrested over the weekend for attempting to solicit a prostitute, according to the Waco Tribune.

The coach, Brandon Washington, came with first-year Baylor coach Matt Rhule from Temple University. He was charged with a Class B misdemeanor, which carries a maximum six months in jail and $2,000 fine in Texas. He was arrested at a hotel as part of a prostitution sting.

Washington was a former player at LSU on its 2003 national championship team and previously worked on the strength and conditioning staff at Alabama and Nicholls State.

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SOURCE: USA Today, Dan Wolken