Arizona State won’t be playing postseason football for 2023, regardless of record.

ASU issued a statement on Sunday announcing it has informed the Pac-12 of a self-imposed 1-year bowl ban. The school references an ongoing NCAA investigation into violations under former coach Herm Edwards.

Edwards was fired as head coach of the Sun Devils in September 2022 after Arizona State’s 1-2 start to the season. In June 2021, the NCAA launched in investigation into COVID-related recruiting violations. Five coaches on the ASU staff were fired or resigned, but Edwards remained as head coach. In 4-plus seasons, Edwards posted a 26-20 overall record, with a 17-14 mark in conference play.

The 2022 season Sun Devils finished the season under interim head coach Shaun Aguano. The program hired Kenny Dillingham as the new full-time head coach on Nov. 27, 2022. Dillingham, 33, is a Phoenix native and Arizona State alum with previous experience as a coordinator at Memphis, Auburn, Florida State and Oregon.

ASU plays its first game of the Dillingham era on Thursday against Southern Utah. ESPN’s FPI projects a 5-7 season for the Sun Devils.