There isn't a shred of proof to support your assertion that Webber "lied to protect the university." He did no such thing. Webber's personal actions, by himself and without the direct involvement of anybody having any position with the university, put the university in terrible jeopardy. Webber concealed his wrongdoing from the university. Webber lied. He lied to a grand jury. He committed perjury. Not to protect the university. Webber's silence following his intial attempt at concealment did nothing but hurt the university.
I'd like to see Chris Webber repay a substantial part of what the university lost in legal fees and other costs associated with the NCAA investigation of the basketball scandal.