MOUNT HOLLY, NJ — Former Nebraska star Irving Fryar and his mother will have to pay $615,600 in restitution for their role in a mortgage scam.
The money is heading to five lending institutions. The pair was convicted last August of applying for multiple mortgage loans in quick succession, while using the same property as collateral.
Fryar is facing five years in prison, while his mother has three years probation.
The former All-American played in Lincoln from 1981-1983.