Internet detectives have had a great time this past month, as more pictures, theories, and investigations open up around the now infamous Connor Stalions, a staffer at Michigan football who is embroiled in an alleged sign-stealing conspiracy.
The latest plot twist is around the appearance of a still unidentified man in glasses and a hat on the Central Michigan sideline during the CMU vs. Michigan State football game this year.
Central Michigan has already said that they are investigating who that man was and what he was doing on the sidelines during the game, and now, the NCAA will join that investigation.
While nothing is confirmed yet, the insinuation here would be that Michigan staffer Connor Stalions was present on the CMU sideline with an intent to record the MSU sideline signals during the game.
The NCAA has joined Central Michigan in investigating a man resembling ex-Michigan staff member Connor Stalions, who appeared on the CMU sideline Sept. 1 against Michigan State. The unidentified man wore CMU-issued gear and had a bench area credential.
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— Adam Rittenberg (@ESPNRittenberg) November 6, 2023
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