We all knew it was coming. Anyone who pays attention to college football knew it was coming. The Ole Miss Football Program messed up, and the NCAA wasn't about to let them off with self-imposed punishment alone.

Friday, the NCAA came in with their ruling, and honestly, it wasn't bad as some had expected.

Ole Miss had already banned themselves from post-season play, and created some other internal punishments, but the NCAA felt those needed to be extended and added to. So, according to the Louisiana Radio Network, here's what else they got:

"Ole Miss is not going to a bowl game this year and they will not be able to play in one next season and they’ll also have a reduction of scholarships as a result of NCAA penalties that were handed down today against the school. The Rebels were accused of 15 Level One violations as the NCAA investigation determined boosters providing recruits and players with improper benefits."