Baylor University and men's basketball coach Scott Drew have released a statement refusing to accept a customized Jeep in honor of their NCAA championship after racial remarks by the auto dealer during a television appearance, The Associated Press reported. While talking with local news station KWTX-TV, Waco auto dealer Ted Teague made a remark that Drew could enjoy this vehicle and “use it to recruit, pull some people out of the hood.” The team did use the vehicle during their championship parade on Tuesday. It was then going to be given to Drew to drive on campus for a year, according to the report. In a joint statement that was posted on the Baylor Athletics Twitter page, Drew along with athletic director Mark Rhoades shared that they spoke with Teague and declined the gifted Jeep from the auto dealer. Link To Full Article: Baylor refuses championship Jeep after dealer's remark about 'hood'