Oregon tight end Pharaoh Brown won't play for the Ducks when they take on Texas in the Alamo Bowl on December 30. But he's not injured. He's also not academically ineligible. And he didn't get arrested for doing something that's against the law recently. But he did get a little bit carried away during a snowball fight—yes, a snowball fight—that took place on the Oregon campus late last week.

As you can see in the video above, a group of students threw snowballs at a man's car and harassed him for several minutes during the snowball fight. And Brown appeared to take things a little bit too far by dumping snow on the man's car with a huge bucket. He was also spotted a short time later using the same bucket to dump snow on one of his fellow students:

Overall, the impromptu snowball fight that was organized by Ducks players was a disaster. Outside of the bullying that took place during it, there were also a couple of actual fights that occurred and a whole lot of angry people who got caught in the crossfire during the snowball fight. Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich has already apologized to those affected by it, and there's a chance that there could be more suspensions to come for other Ducks players. Stay tuned.

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[via Oregon Live]