Jim Harbaugh is expected to face discipline from the Big Ten that would keep him off the sideline for the rest of the regular season.

The Michigan coach, who boarded a bus to travel to the airport and Penn State for Saturday’s game, is facing discipline for the alleged in-person scouting and sign stealing investigation. That move would prohibit Harbaugh from being on the sideline until the conclusion of the regular season. He will be allowed to coach during the week, Pete Thamel of ESPN reported.

Earlier Friday, ESPN reported that the Big Ten was expected to alert Michigan of its discipline by early Friday afternoon.

ESPN reported that Michigan has not been handed any evidence that Harbaugh has knowledge of the situation.

The Big Ten has considered the gamut of punishments, from a $1 million fine to an indefinite suspension for Harbaugh, or even a 3-game suspension.

Big Ten Commissioner Tony Petitti has gathered information and was expected make his decision on a potential punishment for the Wolverines.

The NCAA is investigating allegations that stem with former Michigan staffer Connor Stalions, but Petitti and the Big Ten sent Michigan its notice as required by the sportsmanship policy “in the event it becomes clear that an institution is likely to be subjected to” penalties.