Oregon football player apologizes after video of students pelting car with snowballs goes viral

8:02 AM, Dec 9, 2013   |    comments
University of Oregon football player Pharaoh Brown, center, dumps a tub load of snow on fellow student Charley Gibson during a snow battle involving hundreds of students on campus Friday, Dec. 6, 2013. (AP Photo/The Register-Guard, Chris Pietsch)
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EUGENE, Ore. - Oregon football players are speaking out on Twitter after a seemingly fun snowball fight sparked by some Ducks players on campus earlier this weekend resulted in a viral video of a man allegedly being bullied.

From the Oregon student newspaper, a video of students attacking a car and a man who stepped out of it with snowballs: http://youtu.be/azUbx8XwOlU.

More from the student paper:

A photo posted by Register-Guard photographer Chris Pietsch shows UO tight end Pharaoh Brown dumping a bucket of snow on another student. The viral video shows someone wearing the same outfit using a similar looking bucket to dump snow on the driver of the car.

Oregon linebacker Andre Yruretagoyena later apologized on Twitter, though does not specify if he's apologizing for a teammate or his fellow students: http://bit.ly/1ckIxoR.

Wide receiver Josh Huff added on Twitter that he tried to stop the bullying: http://bit.ly/1f1F6H4.

(Copyright © 2013 USA TODAY)

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