On Friday, the NCAA announced it found violations in both the women’s basketball and women’s track programs at Ole Miss.

Penalties for those programs will include a three-year probation and show-cause orders for those involved, according to the NCAA.

However, the investigation into coach Hugh Freeze and the football program will continue, as the NCAA has separated that case from the others — a case that has already gone through the Committee on Infractions hearings:

In the NCAA release, the decision was explained more thoroughly:

“When both the university and enforcement staff informed the panel that they needed more time to further investigate the potential allegations in the football program after the enforcement staff delivered its notice of allegations, the panel separated this case to be fair to the university, and the involved individuals in the women’s basketball and track programs,” said Greg Christopher, the panel’s chief hearing officer and athletics director at Xavier University. “The panel maintains its commitment to fairness and processing infractions matters efficiently. Our panel’s review was limited to only women’s basketball and track. No football-related materials were part of our record, and we will only take up the football allegations once the investigation has concluded.”

The NCAA provided no specifics into what the panel is looking into in terms of football violations, but the investigation will continue.

Dan Wolken, a USA TODAY writer, said he’s surprised Ole Miss AD Ross Bjork isn’t facing penalties from the school for the violations that happened in multiple programs under his watch:

It remains to be seen what penalties the football team will incur, but the news that the investigation is ongoing can’t be good.