http://www.katu.com/sports/ducks/NCAA-d ... 35931.html
http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.co ... committed/
Looks like the Ducks and the NCAA are arguing about the severity of violations revolving around Lyles and the impermissible contact he made with recruits. Seems like the argument leans more in the Ducks favor due to the fact that:
One of the more significant takeaways from the released documents is that the NCAA’s enforcement staff made “no finding of lack of institutional control and no finding of unethical conduct.
Sounds to me like it's going to be fall before punishment is assessed. Oregon is proposing 2 years probation and 3 years of scholarship loss. Hard to tell what the NCAA is going to do here in response.