BOISE -- The NCAA and Boise State say 81 violations occurred in five different sports over a five year period from 2005 to 2010.
Boise State's athletic department has chosen not to discuss the allegations with the media until the situation comes closer to a resolution.
The school did allow News Channel 7 to obtain the 1,500 page "Notice of Allegations" along with BSU's response to the notice.
In the response there are details on expenditures, financial aid, emails, and even an interview with former BSU tennis coach Mark Tichenor.
The interview with Tichenor goes into detail about personal money he spent to help a foreign student take English as a second language classes and more.
There are emails from the school to the NCAA and receipts from campus visits.
Boise State will meet with the NCAA's Infractions Committee on June 10th and at that point the NCAA will determine if BSU will receive any further punishment.