At 11:00 this morning the University of Missouri will reveal the findings of seven and a half month investigation by the NCAA into its basketball program. While nothing is certain, publications like the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and Kansas City Star have cited sources who say Quin Snyder’s program is accused of one major violation. Accoring to the papers’ sources, the NCAA says assistant coach Tony Harvey gave a sum of money less than three hundred dollars to former player Ricky Clemons. Harvey denied the charge. The other infractions, if sources are correct, are minor and MU isn’t expected to receive a post season or TV ban. Their punishment could come in the form of a loss of scholarships and recruiting restrictions. The university has 90 days to respond to the NCAA’s allegations. The Post-Dispatch reports that they will challenge the allegation against Harvey. The NCAA will hand down out its punishment after challenges are heard.