The Georgia Bulldogs' online store is no longer selling replica jerseys with Todd Gurley's No. 3.
Gurley was suspended indefinitely Thursday while the school investigates claims that he accepted money in exchange for autographs.
SI.com's Andy Staples reported that Georgia's compliance office was told this week that Gurley was paid $400 to sign 80 items.
Several other replica football jerseys are still for sale, including ones with the No. 11 worn by ex-Bulldog Aaron Murray, Champ Bailey's No. 4 and A.J. Green's No. 8.
Gurley, a junior, had rushed for 773 yards in five games this season and was considered a favorite to with the Heisman Trophy.
"I'm obviously very disappointed," Georgia coach Mark Richt said in a statement. "The important thing for our team is to turn all our attention toward preparation for Missouri."
- Dan Gartland