Connor Stalions’ tenure at Michigan is up with the former analyst resigning recently in the midst of the sign-stealing investigation into Jim Harbaugh’s program.

Stalions claimed the head coach or other members of the coaching staff did not know of his widespread scheme at the time of his resignation, and another layer to Stalions’ story was added Wednesday. According to Larry Lage with the AP, a Freedom of Information Act request was filed for the expense reports of Stalions during his 17 months of formal employment.

According to Patricia Sellinger — Michigan’s chief freedom of information officer — Stalions did not file any expense reports from May 2022 through Nov. 3, 2023. It’s unclear how that may impact anything related to the investigation, but it could aid Harbaugh’s claim that he knew nothing of Stalions’ scouting network.


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The AP went on to say the NCAA has documented the plans and budget information related to the in-person scouting scheme of Michigan’s opponents, information that has been relayed to the B1G. The NCAA has also shared the evidence with the B1G and Michigan that shows Stalions purchased tickets to games and had individuals sitting in those seats to record the sidelines of opponents.

Harbaugh was suspended Friday by B1G commissioner Tony Petitti due to the sign-stealing investigation, a suspension Michigan is in the process of fighting. A hearing is scheduled for this Friday as the Wolverines seek a temporary restraining order of the suspension.