If I had a tape recorder on me during the years I was in college/the times I run with current collegiate runners, I could have/still could get 6+ teams suspended for saying stuff much worse than that quote in particular. Not saying this behavior isn't harmful, but I've never been around a team (including when I was in high school and when I coached high school a few years) that doesn't talk like this, or at least in the same ballpark. I've always found that guys/girls between the ages of 15-25 have mostly had immature conversations like these Amherst guys did and to say this Amherst team is any different than what a good deal of people in this age population bracket say is not being truthful. In fact, some of the things the girls teams said when I was in high school/college were far cruder than what the guys team said.
I know a lot of people on here have said that their teams never talk/ed like this but I've run with quite a few guys from various teams from the past/present that told me something along the lines of "thank god we never put anything on email or else we would have been screwed". My dad agreed with me that what these guys said was stupid and wrong, but said if these guys got suspended then his team back in the day would have had guys arrested for some of the things idiots on his team did/said.
In summary, I'm not sure how you really combat this type of behavior. It's been a part of every team/school I've ever been on/observed since I entered high school in 2006 and is certainly not restricted to any one social group or sports team or time period. People I know that have been caught for saying bad stuff like this ordinarily are just more careful of saying stuff publically but will do it still privately.