Donald Trump's lewd remarks about sexual assault aren't only being discussed on social media.

During Texas Tech's weekly press conference, head football coach Kliff Kingsbury fielded a question about how he would address any sexist/offensive "locker room talk" if he heard it in the Red Raiders locker room.

After chuckling a little about someone "putting the reporter up to this," Kingsbury was frank about the issue.

"I'm never back there to even hear it, so I hope none of that is going on," Kingsbury said, adding: "We'll leave that to the politicians to discuss."

The comments in question were made by Trump in 2005, picked up by a hot mic during a talk with NBC personality Billy Bush. In the audio recording, Trump told Bush that he tried to have sex with a married woman whom he called a "bitch" and made a reference to grabbing women by the genitalia.

There certainly is more for Kingsbury to concern himself with than political fallout in the 2016 presidential race. Texas Tech fell to 3-2 this weekend after a narrow loss to Kansas State and star quarterback Patrick Mahomes is still recovering from a shoulder injury he suffered during the Kansas game. 

Texas Tech takes on West Virginia at Jones AT&T Stadium in Lubbock this Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016. Kickoff is set for 11 a.m.


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