By Brad Crawford, 247Sports: Disciplinary action is likely coming for Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh following the NCAA’s investigation into sign-stealing and yesterday’s resignation from staffer Connor Stalions, ESPN’s Pete Thamel reports.
According to The Michigan Insider’s Sam Webb, Big Ten commissioner Tony Petitti visited Michigan and informed the Wolverines of what the rest of the league’s power brass told his office concerning Stalions and sign-stealing.
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