The fallout from the FBI's recent investigation into corruption in college basketball appears to be continuing.
At least six Division I men's basketball programs will be given notices of allegations for major violations by the NCAA by the summer, a high-ranking NCAA official told CBS Sports' Dennis Dodd.
Stan Wilcox - the NCAA's vice president for regulatory affairs - said a pair of high-profile schools will learn of the news by early July.
"There's even another group of cases that we're still working on," Wilcox told Dodd. "The main thing is that we're up and ready. We're moving forward and you'll see consequences."
The alleged infractions by the anonymous schools have been classified as Level I violations by the NCAA, the most serious infractions under its rules. The violations could result in a loss of scholarships, postseason bans, and show-cause orders against coaches for the programs.
Aspiring sports agent Christian Dawkins and youth basketball coach Merl Code were convicted of bribery conspiracy in May. Four former assistant basketball coaches also pleaded guilty to accepting bribes from Dawkins and others to influence their players to sign with his agency.