The latest news on the University of Michigan sign stealing allegations is that the NCAA has received additional evidence from other schools. This evidence is reportedly video footage of Connor Stalions, the Michigan staffer at the center of the investigation, attending games of upcoming opponents and recording their bench areas.
The NCAA is still investigating the allegations, and it is unclear when they will reach a conclusion. However, the new evidence suggests that the allegations are more serious than originally thought.
If the NCAA finds that Michigan violated the rules against in-person scouting, the penalties could be severe. The Wolverines could be fined, lose scholarships, or even be banned from the postseason.
Michigan has denied any wrongdoing, and head coach Jim Harbaugh has said that he is confident that the team will be cleared. However, the new evidence could make it difficult for Michigan to avoid punishment.
The NCAA is expected to announce its findings in the coming weeks.