On Friday afternoon, Yahoo Sports’ Pat Forde reported that the NCAA had given a Notice of Allegations to Ole Miss regarding 30 NCAA violations stemming from football, women’s basketball and track.

It isn’t known how those 30 violations are divided among the three sports, and the NCAA won’t comment on current investigations.

In regards to football, we know that the NCAA’s investigation began before the Hugh Freeze era in Oxford, but the exact number or seriousness of the violations pre- or post-Freeze isn’t clear.

A couple sportswriters with knowledge of the situation, Fox Sports’ Bruce Feldman and ESPN’s Joe Schad, revealed what sources have told them.

Feldman is also on record in this story saying the Notice of Allegations does not contain anything that surprises the program.

Other media members also gave their opinions.

Shortly after, Ole Miss athletics director Ross Bjork released a statement regarding Forde’s report:

“As has been the case for the past three years, we are bound by confidentiality and cannot comment publicly on the matter. However, I can say that I’m confident in how our coaches and staff operate our program, and we take compliance, NCAA and SEC rules very seriously. We are working hard to seek a resolution to this matter.”