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The NCAA ruled Tuesday that eight Miami players must sit out games and repay benefits in order to play for the Hurricanes again. Starting quarterback Jacory Harris and four other players must sit out one game and make repayment.
The storm had passed, so Chien-Ming Wang waited near a bog of mud and gravel that doubled as the right-field line.
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Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson said he could have gone back in to play Bowling Green after leaving the game with an injured left knee.