Michigan suspended starting tailback Fitz Toussaint indefinitely after he was arrested on a drunken-driving charge on Saturday.

Michigan suspended starting tailback Fitz Toussaint indefinitely after he was arrested on a drunken-driving charge on Saturday.

"Fitz made a poor decision and has been suspended indefinitely because of that action," coach Brady Hoke said in a news release. "There are expectations that come with being a football student-athlete at the University of Michigan, and those responsibilities were not met in this instance.

"We will use this as an opportunity to educate Fitz and make sure he understands the high standards that we have established within our program."

Toussaint led the team with 1,041 rushing yards last season and is a central figure in the Wolverines' offense.

• University of Miami coach Al Golden said the Hurricanes "are going to operate with integrity" amid new accusations of violations in the program.

Golden said at the Atlantic Coast Conference's preseason media day in Greensboro, N.C., that he remains committed to Miami, and "we're going to … do things the right way."

The new allegations surfaced on Friday when Yahoo Sports reported that a former football employee assisted members of Golden's staff with recruiting. The employee, Sean Allen, has been linked to one-time booster Nevin Shapiro through the improper-benefits scandal that broke last year.

NCAA investigators visited Miami for several days this month.

Golden wouldn't discuss specifics of the NCAA probe, but he said "we need to get everybody away from our program … because we don't need help."

• Notre Dame quarterback Tommy Rees will perform 50 hours of community service after pleading guilty to misdemeanor counts of resisting law enforcement and illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor in connection with his arrest outside an off-campus party in South Bend, Ind., in May.

Rees was pepper-sprayed and arrested after running from an party and knocking the wind out of a police officer who caught him.