Seems the pot’s boiling over in the Michigan sign-stealing scandal saga. Will Hobson of The Washington Post just served a piping hot dish of details. An outside firm was called in to snoop around, and…Well, they’ve sent the NCAAF and Big Ten into a full-blown detective mode.
Where there’s a Smoky Trail… Is There Fire?
While head coach Jim Harbaugh seems to be out of the hot seat with no direct links to the sneaky business, there’s still a smoky trail leading to Michigan coaches: there’ls talk of a sneaky video shared on a computer drive accessed by a few of them. The big question is: How did this outside firm even peek into that drive?
Just Follow the Money
Rumor has it there’s a paper trail: a detailed game plan of the Michigan sign-stealing scandal escapades, complete with travel budgets and ticket costs for scouting. If this matches up with Michigan’s bank statements, the team could be caught red-handed. As of now, they’re playing the Blame Game.
While Harbaugh’s washing his hands clean, claiming he knew zilch about these shady dealings, Michigan’s analyst Connor Stalions seems to be in the hot water. He’s benched for now, accused of being the brains behind this operation. But here’s the twist: some say more coaches might’ve had a peek at Stalions’ secret video stash. With whispers of budgets and scouting trips, Michigan’s defense is looking shakier by the minute.
The school’s staying mum regarding the Michigan sign-stealing scandal for now, but with leaks springing left and right, who knows what’ll spill next!
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