Alabama has self-reported three second NCAA violations in football since October, 2006.
The school is also preparing a report on Coach Nick Saban's recent contact with recruits that might have broken the rules, The Birmingham News reported.
Two of the violations came after Saban's hiring on January 4th, though one happened without the knowledge of Saban or his staff, according to documents the newspaper obtained through an open records request.
Athletic department spokesman Doug Walker said Alabama will soon submit a report to the Southeastern Conference on allegations that Saban had improper contact with three Miami prospects.
The school also reported on violation each in baseball, track and field, tennis and swimming.