A person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press the NCAA has delivered the long-awaited notice of allegations to the University of Miami, a move that essentially wraps up the findings of a two-year investigation into the school's athletic department.
The AP released the news at 9 p.m. Tuesday.
Details of the NOA are not expected to be released by UM. The school is not obligated to release the information because it is a private school.
Next up: The sanctions phase, where UM's penalties will be decided. The Hurricanes have already self-imposed several sanctions, including sitting out two bowl games and a conference football championship game.
UM President Donna Shalala said Monday she believes those punishments should be enough.
NCAA President Mark Emmert said Monday the case would go through to the Committee on Infractions, who will decide whether those sanctions would be enough.
The NCAA reviewed and threw out 20 percent of its investigation into UM that was bungled by enforcement officials, who paid Nevin Shapiro's lawyer for help.