The TCU football team is 3-0 right now and looks like it's poised to begin another serious run at making the College Football Playoff this season. But unfortunately, two of the team's players are in the news for all the wrong reasons right now.

According to reports out of Texas, TCU defensive end Mike Tuaua (pictured above) and wide receiver Andres Petties-Wilson were arrested on Monday for allegedly assaulting a fellow TCU student last Friday night and stealing a case of beer from him. A police report indicates that Tuaua and two other men threw a beer can at a group of three TCU students on the night in question before kicking and punching one of the students and making off with his 30 pack of Keystone Light.

Tuaua, a senior defensive end, has been suspended by the Horned Frogs and may miss an extended period of time as a result of what he allegedly did. It would have a big impact on TCU's defense, which has lost a handful of players to injury this season.

All this over…a 30 pack of Stoners? Welp.

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[via Eye on Football]