PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Oregon offensive tackle Fenuki Tupou missed the Ducks' season-opening win over Washington because he accepted a meal and received $100 from the representative of a professional sport management firm, the university said Sunday.

The 6-foot-6, 330-pound senior served the one-game, NCAA-imposed suspension Saturday after reporting his actions to the athletic department earlier in the week and turning the money over to its compliance office, said Dave Williford, a department spokesman.

Tupou told university officials he met with a representative of LMM Sports Management at a Eugene restaurant in July. The representative, according to Tupou, paid for the $10 meal and gave him five $20 bills during a parting handshake.