Those penalties are not against Miami, they are against the players only. Those players were offered limited immunity as regards their transgressions for agreeing to testify accurately and completely about what impermissible benefits they received. They rolled on the U to keep their eligibility and it shows in the NCAA official response to their punishment. The fact that the NCAA specifically states that UM athletic personnel provided impermissible inducements to enroll at UM and also post-enrollment as rewards should mean that UM gets absolutely hammered when the enforcement arm of the NCAA - which has no input on the current player eligibility issues - makes their case.
Miami is gonna get the max punishment just below the death penalty stage....5 years probation and a total of 50 scholarships over 5 years in football and basketball with some bowl bans and some NO NCCAA basketball tournaments (because that is what hurts them they can't make any of the bowl and NCAA basketball monies). Miami atheltics are gonna look like SMU in the mid 90s!