The Pac-12 Conference handed down an official reprimand on Saturday morning for University of Colorado sophomore forward Tory Miller.
Miller was assessed a flagrant 2 foul and received an automatic ejection during the second half of Wednesday night's CU win against Air Force after the referees determined Miller had bitten the Falcons' Hayden Graham during a battle for a loose ball.
Miller will not be suspended and will be in the rotation when the Buffaloes host Northern Colorado Sunday afternoon.
"All of our student-athletes must adhere to the Pac-12's Standards of Conduct and Sportsmanship," Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott said in a statement released by the league. "Regardless of Mr. Miller's frustration and emotion, such behavior is unacceptable and he is being appropriately reprimanded."
CU officials said Miller will no longer address the situation beyond a statement also released Saturday morning.
"I would like to apologize for my actions during the Air Force game. I would like to apologize to Hayden Graham, Air Force, my teammates and fans," Miller said. "It was a heat of the moment thing. I'm an emotional player, but I let my emotions get the best of me. I will use this as a learning experience and focus on helping my teammates and respecting my opponents for the rest of the season and beyond."