Tyndall, who UT fired for cause in March, will be charged with rules violations, according to the report.

The NCAA will charge former Southern Miss basketball coach Donnie Tyndall with multiple rules violations, including improper financial aid, academic misconduct and lack of control, ESPN’s Andy Katz reports.

Tyndall left Southern Miss for Tennessee in April 2014.

CBS Sports previously reported that Southern Miss would receive the notice in the upcoming days. If found guilty of the NCAA violations, Tyndall could face a show-cause penalty, meaning his punishments would carry over to whichever program next hires him. The NCAA then sets the date of the committee on infractions hearing after that response and gives a ruling months after that hearing, pushing any final decision on the matter deeper into 2016.

The violations, according to the report, are tied to alleged improper benefits and academic misconduct that happened while Tyndall coached the Golden Eagles between April 2012-April 2014.

UT fired Tyndall in March when it determined that the NCAA likely would find wrongdoing on the part of Tyndall during his two seasons as coach at Southern Miss.

Tyndall is unemployed – though he did spend time working with the Raptors this summer.