Ole Miss went in front of the NCAA Infraction Appeals Committee this past week, but the specific timeline of a final decision hasn’t been revealed, according to the Clarion Ledger.

The Rebels were originally slapped with a two-year bowl ban, financial penalties, recruiting restrictions and probation.

However, within the Clarion Ledger’s report, it detailed a new self-reported violation that recently happened. Per the report, a screenshot of a Facebook post on a Mississippi State forum detailed that a certain school would be self-reporting a violation after several boosters contacted recruits through social media. Ole Miss AD Ross Bjork confirmed to the Clarion Ledger’s Maddie Lee that the Rebels did self-report that violation. Bjork said a group of fans “directly” and “deliberately” contacted recruits through Twitter this winter. That’s against NCAA rules.

Bjork said he doesn’t expect the newly self-reported level 3 violation to have any bearing on the NCAA Infraction Appeals Committee’s decision.