The death penalty is not on the table. Those of you hoping for it, well, bless your hearts. A postseason ban in men's basketball is possible, but unlikely. Same for football because they already served one from the related, earlier case that caused this mess to come to light. Women's hoops, on the other hand, is much more likely to get a postseason ban. Expect the women's team to bear the brunt of the punishments that aren't athletic department-wide. There are no direct allegations against men's basketball or football in the NOA, and in the supporting documentation men's basketball is the least culpable of the three. The NCAA will have to come up with a deservedly harsh punishment, but will have a hard time justifying a post season ban on men's basketball based on the evidence. Of course that's what all the armchair quarterbacks want because they haven't looked into what actually happened - who knew what, when - and just know that a horrible thing happened at UNC and men's hoops is the marquee program so clearly it deserves the punishment.