From USA Today:
As of Thursday afternoon, Southern California was still waiting to hear from the NCAA on when an infractions committee decision will be announced, meaning almost certainly nothing will happen this week.
The NCAA typically notifies schools 48 hours in advance of an infractions announcement and then delivers the committee report 24 hours ahead of time, according to NCAA spokeswoman Stacey Osburn. She would not speak directly to the USC case.
If there were to be an announcement on Friday, as ESPN.com has reported, the school would have been notified by now. But Thursday afternoon, USC assistant vice president for media relations James Grant, when asked by USA TODAY if the school had heard from the NCAA, replied, "no. We are still waiting."
Grant added it was his understanding the school would be given a two-day notification of an announcement and then receive the report 24 hours ahead of time, as is the protocol. The NCAA typically notifies schools through the president's office by telephone that there will be an announcement of an infractions decision. Schools, said Osburn, have the option of receiving the report by fax or e-mail. They also are sent a hard copy by overnight delivery to arrive the day of the announcement.
SportsbyBrooks is posting "news" from Trogan outlet that there will be no report tomorrow. Guess the plot is only thickening.