Video shows TCU coach giving football players emphatic speech on consent, sexual harassment

Kaz Kazadi, the assistant athletic athletics director for football human performance at TCU, is going viral after video showed him speaking with players on understanding consent and sexual harassment.

Director of recruiting and defensive analyst Eron Hodges shared video of Kazadi's speech during a practice on Instagram, reminding players when they had a previous conversation on consent.

"You're with a young lady, she has to consent to every act," Kazadi said. "So if you were in a car with her and something went down in the car, that does not mean that something has to go down at the apartment. If y'all do something in the car, that does not mean something else has to happen."

The former Tulsa linebacker also told the players they have no right send explicit pictures or comment on the appearance of someone at school.

"She has every right to turn around and press charge against you," he said. "If you're not quite sure what the (expletive) to say, picture it being your little sister or your mother."

Kazadi has been part of the Horned Frogs staff since December 2021.

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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Watch TCU coach Kaz Kazadi's team talk on sexual consent, harassment