Michigan Football: Analyzing Sign Stealing Allegations

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Michigan football was struck with sign-stealing allegations last week.

It’s been a chaotic week for the Wolverines. Last week, news broke that the NCAA was investigating the Michigan football team under sign-stealing allegations. Michigan State then proceeded to nearly not play Michigan football but ended up playing the game and losing 49-0.

It’s been an emotional roller coaster for Michigan football fans, but what in the world is actually happening?

First off, it’s important to note that nothing is confirmed. Nothing. Everything that’s been said by the media is coming from “leaks”, who are likely rival teams that have it out for Michigan.

All we know for sure is that the NCAA is investigating Michigan football. Until they release evidence, everything is just a rumor.

Here’s what’s been said recently that appears to be true. Michigan staffer Connor Stalions appears to have bought tickets to many different Big Ten games over the past three years. Stalions himself did not attend these games but rather gave the tickets to others. There is allegedly stadium footage that shows the individuals in these seats filming the sidelines for the entire length of the game. An interesting tidbit is that Stalions allegedly purchased two tickets to the Penn State vs Ohio State game, but did not use them once the news broke.

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