The NCAA has ruled that eight Miami Hurricane players will sit out games and repay benefits they received in order to entice them to play for the University of Miami.
Starting quarterback Jacory Harris and four other players must sit out one game and make repayment.
"They understand that their actions demand consequences," Miami athletic director Shawn Eichorst said.
As we've reported, the allegations of illicit gifts came from a University of Miami booster and convicted Ponzi schemer Nevin Shapiro, who told Yahoo! Sports that he "provided thousands of impermissible benefits to at least 72 athletes from 2002 through 2010."
The Miami Herald quotes UM's athletic director as saying the eight student-athletes who were suspended "have acknowledged receiving improper benefits and will now be responsible for restitution and, in some cases, the student-athletes will also serve game suspensions."
The paper also has details on the repayments. Armstrong owes $788; Dye owes $738, while "Forston received more than $400 in extra benefits. Spence received approximately $275; Ojomo $240; Benjamin $10 and Harris $140."