The NCAA has responded to FSU's appeal in an academic cheating scandal, but what is in those documents is not yet known and may not be known until well into the fall.
The NCAA has threatened to punish the school with a vacation of wins involving 10 sports from 2006-2007.
61 athletes were involved in a cheating scandal in a on line music course.
But the big whammy is the toll this could take on Coach Bobby Bowden legacy as he could lose 14 wins.
FSU is fighting and apparently, the fight's not over yet.
The university has 15 days to file a rebuttal based on the findings of the infractions committee.
FSU penalized itself and went public with the NCAA but the Committee on Infractions then punished the school by taking away all wins from 2006-2007 in which these players took part in.
"I think its a little too stiff," says Former FSU All-American Peter Boulware.
Peter Boulware is a former Seminole and he's concerned about Coach Bowden losing 14 wins.
Boulware says, "If this were to happen, I would really start to lose a lot of respect for the NCAA and what they're doing."
FSU appealed to the NCAA Committee on Infractions in April and on Tuesday, the NCAA responded to the school.
The documents were not made public, but Florida State has until June 17th to make a rebuttal.
Former FSU Punter Keith Cottrell says, "I dont think we should walk away scot free, but at the same time, the 14 wins and going after coach is unrealistic to me."
After the NCAA receives the rebuttal, they have 10 days to respond to FSU.
This process all works out like a trial court.
According to Bill Williams who is representing the school, the documents do not have to be released because the NCAA is its own governing body, and because the NCAA doesn't require the documents to be released, then Florida State can follow suit and keep the information close to the vest.Here's the video version of Rogers piece that includes FOSG Lee Gordon...