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A message from BAA’s CEO Jeff Kilgore

jeffAt this critical time in the life of Baylor University and many other universities across the country, I believe it is important to share with each of you Baylor President Ken Starr’s op-ed column in yesterday’s Waco Tribune-Herald related to the flurry of recent conversations regarding possible athletic conference realignments and Baylor’s future.

To read President Starr’s column, click here.

I would like to express my support for President Starr’s position and my appreciation of his efforts in this matter so early into his role as Baylor’s fourteenth president.

Jeff Kilgore
Executive Vice President and CEO
Baylor Alumni Association

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