In breaking news, the Big 10 conference has made a recent announcement that the University of Michigan’s head football coach will be sidelined for the remainder of the season due to a scandal involving sign stealing. Michigan stands accused of sending a scout to opponents’ games to gain knowledge and record their in-game signals, which is a violation of NCAA rules. The university has stated that it will attempt to obtain a court order to prevent the Big 10 from imposing this punishment on the head coach. This is a significant issue as the playoffs are approaching in less than two months and Michigan is a prominent team, currently ranked third in the country.
They have a crucial game against Penn State tomorrow, which has significant financial implications. Joining me now is Noah Pransky, who will provide more insight into this matter..