Hot on the heels of the news that UNC - Chapel Hill had some 3,100 student athletes receive passing grades for classes that weren't even attended or in existence and other infractions, the NCAA seems to have more schools under its microscope.

According to ESPN, Syracuse University is scheduled to go before the NCAA Board of Infractions on October 30-31.

The University men's football and basketball programs saw some of the athletes receiving extra benefits and academic issues. the allegations date back about ten years.

None of the allegations were alleged to have happened during Doug Marrone's tenure as head football coach. That's good news for the current NFL Buffalo Bills head coach.

Since the investigation began, the athletic department has restructured.