May 20, 2024

Ohio State’s Ryan Day is cleared by the NCAA of any involvement in the Michigan sign-stealing scandal.Ryan Day, family not connected to NCAA investigation of Michigan, per report

It has been determined that Ryan Day and his family are not connected to the Michigan sign-stealing incident.

Given that one of Day’s brothers owns a private investigation company in their hometown of Manchester, New Hampshire, it was previously reported last week that Day’s family was connected to the investigation of Michigan’s sign-stealing scandal.

The Big Ten officially informed Michigan on Monday that the university might be subject to sanctions from the league. Under first-year commissioner Tony Petitti, the conference can punish players for violating the sportsmanship policy prior to the completion of the drawn-out NCAA investigation and infractions procedure.

Jim Harbaugh, the head coach of the Wolverines, may be suspended by Petitti for a number of games this season. After initially being suspended with pay, Connor Stalions, the analyst who is thought to be at the centre of the NCAA’s investigation for going to campuses and stealing signs against future Michigan opponents, resigned from his job on Friday.

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