The NCAA committee on infractions will release its findings regarding the USC football and basketball programs on Friday, a source with knowledge of the situation told ESPN.com's Dana O'Neil on Sunday.
The NCAA infractions committee held a hearing in February in which USC presented its responses to allegations of NCAA violations.
The Tempe, Ariz., proceedings featured appearances from former basketball coach Tim Floyd and new football coach Lane Kiffin -- and an overloaded cart of documents that included seven boxes and two massive bound folders.
But USC's ultimate fate requires a verdict from the NCAA, which would follow any recommendation for sanctions or penalties in the committee's report. USC would have an opportunity to appeal.