A statue of legendary Michigan coach Bo Schembechler was reportedly vandalized, according to MLive.com.

The incident occurred on the morning on Nov. 24 and red paint was on the statue, along with an insinuation that Schembechler was aware of sexual abuse that was kept in existence by late team doctor Robert Anderson.

The person who did the vandalizing sent an email claiming “Schembechler is long seen as an iconic Michigan coach, but he knew that Robert Anderson, the team’s doctor in the 1970s and 1980s, was sexually assaulting countless players each year.”

The anonymous person additionally added spray-painted messages of “Bo Knew” and “#hailtothevictims” next to the statue.

Schembechler coached at Michigan from 1969-1989, with an overall record of 234–65–8 record, along with 13 B1G titles.

“The vandalism remains under investigation by our Division of Public Safety & Security,” University spokesman Rick Fitzgerald said via email according to The Detroit News.