The NCAA has completed their investigation into the violations allegedly committed by Donnie Tyndall and his coaching staff while at Southern Miss, according to a report from CBSSports.com.
They are expected to receive a Notice of Allegations within the next week.
Tyndall left USM for the head coaching position at Tennessee in the spring of 2014, before the violations were reported, but he was fired by the Vols this March when it became clear that he was going to be getting hit with penalties as a result of the investigation. It is suspected that he took part in granting improper benefits to student-athletes that were ineligible to be on the team or on scholarship.
Rick Barnes was hired to replace Tyndall at Tennessee. Doc Sadler replaced Tyndall at Southern Miss