Michigan regents are reportedly considering taking drastic measures amidst the sign-stealing investigation.

According to Sports Illustrated’s Michael Rosenberg, Michigan regents discussed last week leaving the Big Ten if Jim Harbaugh is suspended without what Michigan considers to be due process.

It was announced Friday that the Michigan head coach would receive disciplinary action from the Big Ten that will keep him off the sideline for the final 3 games of the regular season. He will be allowed to coach during the week, just not on gameday. The Big Ten The Big Ten reportedly considered a number of punishments as well, ranging from a $1 million fine to an indefinite suspension for Harbaugh.


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Michigan will be without its head coach for a string of crucial games, beginning with Saturday’s contest against Penn State. The Wolverines will also have to face Maryland and their final game against Ohio State without Harbaugh on the sideline.

As the battle between Michigan and Big Ten Commissioner Tony Petitti continues, the Wolverines will kickoff Saturday’s game against Penn State at noon ET.