Well, the scandal in Ann Arbor has officially reached East Lansing. And no, that doesn’t mean Michigan State football is involved, but rather the target of Connor Stalions’ sign-stealing.
We’ve all heard by now that Michigan staffer Connor Stalions is under investigation for stealing signs by attending future opponents’ games or sending people to steal signs for him. There’s no word on whether or not Jim Harbaugh was involved but it seems like he had to know something was going on, in my opinion.
Anyways, Stalions has been rumored to have been at multiple stadiums throughout the past two years, scouting for signs.
And on Monday night, a picture surfaced of what looks to be him at the Central Michigan vs. Michigan State game to open the season.
I know what you’re thinking, how could he be at both the Michigan and Michigan State games? Well, the Spartans played on Friday night and Michigan played on Saturday afternoon. Plus, a picture of him at the Michigan game shows a clean shaven face, so it’s not out of the realm of possibility to believe he shaved right after this game.
It wouldn’t have mattered this year anyways because Michigan was easily the better team, but it doesn’t help Harbaugh and the Wolverines’ case.
Central Michigan looking into mystery staffer on sidelines
No one truly knows who this man on the sidelines is yet, but Central Michigan is looking into it.
If they’re launching an investigation to find out who this is, that must mean it probably isn’t just a regular staff member. Someone would have come out and said it already.
Plus, who wears sunglasses at night?