The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) expects at least six Division I men’s basketball programs will receive notices of allegations for Level I violations.
The schools that may receive notices of allegations have not been identified.
The notices are a result of NCAA investigations into potential rules violations stemming from the Southern District of New York allegations and subsequent court proceedings concerning bribery and corruption.
“Those top coaches that were mentioned in the trials where the information shows what was being said was a violation of NCAA rules, yes. They will be all part of these notices of allegations,” Stan Wilcox, the NCAA’s vice president of regulatory affairs told CBS Sports.
NCAA investigators have requested all documents that the schools submitted to the federal government in response to subpoenas and have conducted interviews on and off campus.
The NCAA stated, “colleges and universities have a responsibility to run their athletics programs within NCAA rules. Our membership expects us to hold accountable those who fail to do so.”