Connor Stalions purchased tickets to a slew of Ohio State home games inside Ohio Stadium, according to university records obtained by Adam King with 10TV in Columbus.

According to those records, Stalions purchased 27 tickets to 12 games at Ohio Stadium across the 2021-23 seasons. 10 of those games had tickets transferred to other people while 8 tickets were sold on secondary markets. Another 8 tickets were never scanned.

Here is the full list of Ohio State home games that Stalions purchased tickets to:

2021

  • vs. Maryland
  • vs. Purdue
  • vs. Michigan State

2022

  • vs. Notre Dame
  • vs. Arkansas State
  • vs. Toledo
  • vs. Wisconsin
  • vs. Rutgers
  • vs. Wisconsin

2023

  • vs. Western Kentucky
  • vs. Maryland
  • vs. Penn State

Stalions eventually resigned from Michigan’s staff early in November due to allegations and an investigation of in-person scouting and illicit sign-stealing. Head coach Jim Harbaugh has continually denied any knowledge of wrongdoing on the part of his staff, and he eventually served a 3-game suspension handed down by the Big Ten as a result of the investigation.

Michigan linebackers coach Chris Partridge was also fired leading up to the game against Maryland, and Harbaugh and the university eventually pulled off a legal battle to fight the head coach’s suspension.