WACO, Texas – Wednesday's suspension of three Baylor football players accused in an alleged sexual assault of female members of the equestrian team is the latest in a long line of sex assault allegations at the university.

An independent law firm found a "wholly inadequate" Title IX program at Baylor, where sex assault reports were discouraged and at times covered up between 2011 and 2015 when the football team rose to prominence in the Big 12 Conference.

The findings cost Art Briles his job as head coach and was a factor in more than a dozen players transferring or de-committing from the football program.

Baylor was given more than 100 recommendations for Title IX improvements.

See a timeline of key dates in the scandal below or here.