He was to repay a portion of the more than $3,000 he received for signing memorabilia and other items over two years and was required to complete 40 hours of community service.
“It stays,” McGarity said. “The repercussion to the institution is if he doesn’t fulfill the community service piece, I think, for a four-year period if you go before the infractions committee again that opportunity is no longer an option as a penalty. So there may be other penalties that could be in place, but you lose that opportunity.”
An NCAA spokesperson referred questions about Gurley’s NCAA obligations in light of his injury to the school.
“Todd will honor exactly what he was expected to do,” McGarity said. “I don’t think there will be any wavering on that.”