CBS Sports’ Dennis Dodd just dropped a bombshell report regarding Kansas Athletics.

Per the report, Kansas football and basketball are officially being investigated by the NCAA.

On February 27, the NCAA interviewed former football coach David Beaty regarding the ongoing inquiry of possible wrongdoing by a former assistant. Remember, Kansas basketball was already part of the FBI investigation into college basketball, too.

Here’s a snippet from Dodd’s report:

An NCAA enforcement official is known to have been on campus conducting an inquiry into basketball. Coach Bill Self was not interviewed for the De Sousa reinstatement, but experts tell CBS Sports that isn’t out of the ordinary if the NCAA is also conducting a formal infractions inquiry.

Both investigations at Kansas are believed to be in the early stages. It is not known whether Kansas has received a Notice of Allegations for either sport. The notice details specific wrongdoings the NCAA is alleging. The NCAA does not release the notice publicly, though schools will on occasion as the document can normally be obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request.

Beaty, the former football coach, is also suing the school for $3 million.

Kansas Athletics appears to be quite the mess.