The NCAA is looking into a report from ESPN that betting in Ohio on Alabama baseball games was halted following “suspicious wagering activity.”

A report from Mike Rodak on shared the statement from the NCAA: “The NCAA takes sports wagering very seriously and is committed to the protection of student-athlete well-being and the integrity of competition. We are aware of this issue and actively gathering additional information.”

The ESPN report revealed that gambling related to Friday’s Alabama-LSU baseball game caused Ohio gambling regulators to instruct the state’s licensed sportsbooks to halt betting on college baseball games involving Alabama after suspicious wagering activity was detected.

The move was directed by the Ohio Casino Control Commission executive director Matthew T. Schuler and it prohibits “the acceptance of any wagers on University of Alabama baseball effective immediately.” Legal sports betting in Ohio began on Jan. 1.

In the game, No. 1-ranked LSU led Alabama 8-1 after 7 innings and eventually won 8-6 in Baton Rouge. The Tigers were around -245 favorites over the Crimson Tide in the game in question, ESPN reported. LSU swept the series.