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Baylor RB Terence Williams Is Getting Blasted For Extremely Ill-Advised Tweet

Sexual assault allegations sucked the life out of the Baylor football program during the 2015 college football season. Countless injuries rightfully found a back seat to the negative headlines. And on Wednesday, a former Baylor football player was again accused of sexual assault, this time leading to the arrest of projected NFL Draft pick Shawn Oakman. 

With such a dark cloud still hovering above, one would imagine Baylor's administration has taken steps to educate those involved in the program. But that doesn't appear to have happened. Thursday night, Baylor running back Terence Williams posted an extremely ill-advised tweet that, in light of recent events, caused quite the backlash on Twitter.

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He's getting blasted for it. 

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">@rynjrgr @Young_Dubb22 agreed, but I deleted my original tweet for a typo. Here we stand, blowing up a rape-sympathizer's mentions.

— Metalhead (@Metalhead_gE) April 15, 2016

Not a good look going after a kid like this, but not a good look for Baylor either.