Dan Wetzel is reporting that the NCAA Committee on Infraction's report on USC stemming from the Reggie Bush/O.J. Mayo scandals is coming this week. He works for Yahoo! Sports, who broke the Bush story all the way back in 2006, so I would tend to believe him. This was a point of curiosity last week, so I post this for those interested. I have a feeling we'll all be disappointed with the result because the NCAA lost its will to properly discipline programs back in 2002, the last time it issued a bowl ban. I have a feeling it'll be another vacating-of-wins hoedown with a very stern warning from the top brass as the cherry on top. If the NCAA didn't drop the hammer on FSU for completely undermining its academic mission a couple years ago, why would it do so now in this case?