The NCAA investigation into allegations of sign stealing and in-person scouting from Jim Harbaugh’s program took another wild turn on Monday.

According to an extensive report from ESPN, suspended Wolverine staffer Connor Stalions purchased over 30 tickets over the course of 3 seasons to games at 11 different B1G programs. Those tickets were allegedly distributed to at least 3 different individuals in different regions of the country.

It is also alleged that Stalions purchased tickets to the Week 8 game between Ohio State and Penn State with 1 ticket on either side of the stadium (across from each bench). Per ESPN’s report, those tickets went unused Saturday after Stalions was named publicly in a Friday story.

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Needless to say, fans and media across college football had a stark reaction to the latest details involving Harbaugh’s program. It will be interesting to see what becomes of all these allegations with the NCAA expected to receive video evidence of the alleged violations this week.

In the meantime, here’s a glimpse of how social media addressed the latest story: