We’ve known for months (years, maybe) that Kansas basketball was facing an NCAA investigation and potential penalties.

On Monday, it was announced that Kansas was informed of several major football violations and a football charge of allowing an extra coach to work during practice.

Per a report from Yahoo’s Pete Thamel, here’s what the basketball team is facing:

Kansas has been charged with lack of institutional control, three Level I violations in men’s basketball and there is a head coach responsibility charge against coach Bill Self, according to multiple sources. There also are allegations against football, sources added, although those are Level II violations. The football allegations include charges of allowing an extra coach to work during practice under former head coach David Beaty.

It’s important to note that no sanctions have been announced yet, as Kansas will likely get to respond to the allegations.

How much will come of this? We’ll find out over the next few months.