The Auburn men's basketball program self-reported to the compliance department following an incident after Saturday's loss to Florida in which Gators fans heaped money at Tigers players heading to the locker room. 

The money, although considered a marginal amount, was enough for coach Bruce Pearl to decide he wanted to take no chances as it relates to potential NCAA implications.

"It was real money, and I think there's $5 or $6 that are out there, and because you guys know we're compliant, we've actually turned that money over to compliance," Pearl said via "Really. I don't know, it was five or six bucks, but our people have the money. I don't know what they're going to do with it, probably give it to charity, but we've already self-reported."

Gators fans also chanted, "FBI!" taunting the Tigers program, which had a coach, Chuck Person, implicated in the FBI's probe into college basketball.

The federal investigation into Person ultimately cost him his job as the associate head coach of the Tigers. Austin Wiley and Danjel Purifoy were also held out after being linked in the investigation.

Auburn is 24-5 on the season and boasts an SEC-best 12-4 record in the conference with two regular-season games remaining.