A Purdue probe has reportedly gathered new details regarding Michigan staffer Connor Stalions’ activity at games regarding the investigation into the Wolverines allegedly conducting in-person scouting and sign-stealing tactics.

The report, which comes as Michigan set is to host Purdue this weekend, concludes that Stalions purchased tickets for 6 games in 2 years at Ross-Ade Stadium while also having surveillance video of people in his seats recording sideline, according to Yahoo Sports.

The games Stalions purchased tickets for this season were Purdue’s home games against Fresno State, Syracuse, Illinois and Ohio State. Stalions also bought tickets for Purdue’s home contests last season vs.  Penn State and Northwestern.

This comes after Purdue coach Ryan Walters slammed Michigan for the situation.

“It’s unfortunate,” Walters said. “What’s crazy is they aren’t allegations. It happened. There’s video evidence. There’s ticket purchases and sales that you can track back. We know for a fact that they were at a number of our games.”

Walters now has Purdue learning new systems to combat the paranoia of intel being exposed. Purdue lost 43-22 last season to Michigan in the Big Ten title game.

“We’ve had to teach our guys a new language in terms of some signals and we’ll operate different offensively. You might see us in a huddle for the first time this season. So, it is what it is, but we’re excited to go play and I think it would make for a great story.”

As more details have emerged but before the conclusion of a verdict, Big Ten programs have inquired to the commissioner about penalizing Michigan, to the dismay of Wolverine alums such as Desmond Howard and Charles Woodson.

Purdue at Michigan is set for 6:30 p.m. CT (NBC).