Update: UNC has released the NOA. You can check out the damage here.
Earlier: Brace yourselves, North Carolina fans. According to ESPN's Brett McMurphy, the school will release its Notice of Allegations from the NCAA, which was originally delivered to the school back on May 22, today. The NOA is expected to center around an academic fraud investigation conducted by independent lawyer Kenneth Wainstein, which was commissioned by the school after a number of key figures who previously were unwilling to talk came forward.
">@ESPN. UNC received NOA on May 22
— Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) June 4, 2015
According to ESPN, Wainstein's report alleged that "fraudulent" courses were taken over an 18-year span, and 47% of the classes were taken by student-athletes. UNC will have 90 days from issuance to officially appeal the notice.