Michigan is reportedly gathering evidence on a pair of private investigators the Wolverines believe are behind the investigation into Michigan’s alleged illegal on-site scouting. A report from The Wolverine using the same sources believe the PIs are responsible for the media leaks that have kept the story in the news for weeks.

Both allegedly have ties to Ohio State head coach Ryan Day’s family.

The report suggests that Michigan is in possession of documents that could link one of the alleged investigators to Day’s younger brother, Timothy Day. The other the Wolverines suspect is linked to Day’s brother, Christopher, and was also a classmate of Tim Day’s in New Hampshire. One currently runs a private investigation firm in Manchester, N.H., Day’s hometown.

Some evidence, such as what was provided to the Washington Post that detailed the travel plans and budget for analyst Connor Stalions, was obtained by gaining access to his computer illegally. Upon investigation, more sources indicated law enforcement has begun looking into the source of the information as a result.

Commissioner Tony Petitti will meet with the Michigan administration, including President Santa Ono, on Friday afternoon to discuss the case after his recent meetings with conference coaches and athletics directors, On3 reported.