Earlier this week, ESPN’s Outside the Lines published a report detailing a number of incidents of either alleged domestic violence or sexual assault involving Baylor football players – and how some of the school’s staffers and coaches reportedly knew about the allegations and chose not to punish them. It was also reported that the university’s board of regents is debating what to do with head coach Art Briles in the aftermath.Friday night, Baylor assistant Randy Clements took to Twitter with a shot at the media. He tweeted, then deleted a note about the media “speculating” in regards to Coach Art Briles. The tweet was only up for a short time before being taken down.Obviously, it isn’t really in the best interest of any staffer, coach or player to take to social media regarding this topic until the dust has settled. The alleged crimes are being taken very seriously – and any comment from someone at the school could be taken as insensitive.