Georgia Tech expects to hear early next year if it will have its 2009 ACC title restored.
Associate athletic director Wayne Hogan said Monday Georgia Tech officials have been told a verdict on the school's appeal of NCAA sanctions should be received within 60 to 90 days.
Hogan said "there were no surprises" in Sunday's NCAA hearing in Indianapolis.
The NCAA put Georgia Tech on four years of probation in July and fined the school 100,000 in addition to stripping its 2009 ACC title game victory.
The NCAA said Georgia Tech should have declared receiver Demaryius Thomas ineligible after he accepted gifts from former quarterback Calvin Booker, who was working for a sports agent. Thomas now plays for the Denver Broncos.
Georgia Tech was represented by president Bud Peterson and athletic director Dan Radakovich, among others.
"Everything went according to plan," Hogan said, adding the meeting lasted about 4 hours. "I think everybody felt we had a good opportunity to plead our c...