Colorado has self-reported numerous NCAA rules violations stemming from incidents that took place during Deion Sanders’ first year in charge, according to a report.

According to USA Today Sports, the program self-reported 11 violations to the NCAA. The report says multiple violations are related to Sanders’ social media usage. All of the violations are considered minor and will likely not result in serious penalties for Sanders or the program.

The violations include Sanders going on Instagram Live with a prospective recruit in May of 2023. Sanders also posted (and later deleted) a video of Colorado players working out in January of 2023, which is a violation of NCAA rules. Other violations include “game day simulation” for recruits as well as multiple examples of impermissible contact with prospective transfers.

Colorado said in a statement that self-reporting these violations is a sign of the effectiveness of its “established compliance systems.”

Here’s a statement from Colorado obtained by USA Today:

“The University of Colorado Boulder Athletic Department is committed to complying with NCAA regulations and will continue to educate our coaches, student-athletes, and staff to ensure that we remain in compliance, “the statement said. “We take all infractions seriously, regardless of the severity, and in these specific cases, these minor infractions were all self-reported to the NCAA.”

“This demonstrates the effectiveness of our established compliance systems which are the basis of our department’s positive partnership with the NCAA.”

Colorado finished the 2023 season with a 4-8 record in Sanders’ first year at the helm.