"It didn't slip my mind. When I took the money, I considered myself 100 percent leaving college football at that time," Galloway said at a news conference. "Later, I went home and changed my mind about deciding to leave, and I didn't repay the money."
He would not name the adviser. He said he repaid the money last week with an undisclosed amount of interest.
Ohio State coach John Cooper said Ohio State would not have to forfeit its season-opening 34-10 victory over Fresno State on Aug. 29, in which Galloway caught two passes for 88 yards, including a 67-yard touchdown catch.
Alan Shearer scored two first-half goals as England beat the United States, 2-0, in an exhibition game in London, avenging last year's humiliating loss to the Americans.
The U.S. team, in its first appearance at Wembley Stadium, was outshot by 18-3. Playing their first game since the World Cup, the Americans used eight starters from their 1-0 loss to eventual champion Brazil in the second round on July 4.
Defending champion Denmark and World Cup finalist Italy were stunned on the road by new teams from the former Yugoslavia, both tying, 1-1, in qualifying for the 1996 European Championship.
Only a desperation goal by Flemming Povlsen with three minutes left kept Macedonia from defeating Denmark and pulling off one of the biggest upsets in European history.
Slovenia was just as unlucky in not pulling off an even bigger upset of Italy. The referee ignored Slovenian protests when a second-half deflection by an Italian defender appeared to cross the goal line before being slapped away by goalkeeper Gianluca Pagliuca.
The Trenton Thunder, who just finished their first season, want to talk with other major-league baseball clubs before deciding to renew their affiliation with the Detroit Tigers.
The double-A team, formerly the London (Ontario) Tigers, has until Sept. 25 to sign with a major-league organization for next season.
Tigers general manager Joe Klein said his club was looking elsewhere for a place to move the club.
If the Thunder don't renew with the Tigers or strike a deal with another affiliate by the deadline, the National Association of Baseball Leagues will appoint a double-A team for Trenton's franchise.
Minnesota Twins general manager Andy MacPhail was offered the chance to run the Chicago Cubs - he would be their president and chief executive officer - and was waiting for Twins owner Carl Pohlad's permission to take the job.
Former major-league outfielder Ivan Calderon, charged with hitting his pregnant girlfriend in the face and choking her, surrendered to police in San Juan, Puerto Rico, after avoiding arrest for five days. Calderon, 32, was released on $2,000 bail.
Michael Jordan, after ending his first baseball season, is seeing some tough pitches off the field in Birmingham, Ala.
A proposal to rename a baseball field after Jordan's slain father is being opposed by some community leaders who say the basketball-turned-baseball player rebuffed efforts to help inner-city youth during his season with the Birmingham Barons.
Left winger Benoit Hogue agreed to terms with the New York Islanders, ending a four-day holdout by signing a two-year deal worth more than $2 million.
San Jose Sharks center Dale Craigwell, who broke his right ankle during a scrimmage, will be out at least six to eight weeks.
Restricted free-agent center Oliver Miller signed an offer sheet from the Detroit Pistons, and the Phoenix Suns have 15 days to match it. Miller is said to have agreed to a four-year, $10 million contract.