It’s just come to light that Oregon tight end Pharaoh Brown was involved in three violent incidents over the past three seasons—all of which were ignored by the university, per a report by the Daily Emerald.

In October 2014, Brown allegedly punched teammate Matt Wogan in a locker room brawl that left Wogan in a concussion. One year later in October of 2015, Brown was accused of strangling his girlfriend in a domestic violence incident that was investigated by the Eugene Police department. Then this past summer, Brown is alleged to have been involved a physical locker room altercation with teammate Paris Bostick.

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Brown avoided punishment in each instance. In the incident with his girlfriend, it was determined by police that she, and not Brown, was the aggressor. In the other two football-related incidents, coaches apparently just looked the other way.

The fifth-year senior was, however, reportedly suspended from the 2013 Alamo Bowl for his involvement in a snowball fight. On the season, the 6’5″, 255 pound Brown has 33 receptions for 426 yards and five touchdowns.

Oregon reportedly has ignored three alleged violent incidents, including one involving domestic violence Harry How/Getty Images

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