It was reported Tuesday morning that a number of NCAA basketball coaches have been charged by the FBI in a corruption scheme.

Details are still coming out, but four coaches have been charged: Lamont Evans of Oklahoma State, Chuck Person of Auburn, Emanuel Richardson of Arizona, and Tony Bland of Southern California. Some of the allegations against the coaches include bribery and fraud scheme.

A press conference is expected at 12 pm EST Tuesday with more details on the case, but it is not a good look for these coaches and institutions.

Tom Winter with NBC News shared the report on Twitter:

USA TODAY’s Dan Wolken shared a screenshot of some of the charges on Twitter:

The SEC connection is Person. He played at Auburn from 1982-1986 and was named the NBA Rookie of the Year in 1987.

Person was hired by head coach Bruce Pearl in April, 2014. He serves as Auburn’s associate head coach and is considered a top recruiter.