College football players and athletes in general have been suspended by their teams for all kinds of things over the years. From legal problems to academic issues, we thought we had seen and heard it all. But this week, Oregon suspended their star tight end Brown for—get this—getting into a snowball fight on campus and attacking fellow students and professors with snow. And as a result of it, Brown won't play against Texas in the Alamo Bowl on December 30. How silly is that?