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Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh suspended by Big Ten as part of sign-stealing investigation

  • The Big Ten Conference has suspended University of Michigan head football coach Jim Harbaugh for the remainder of the 2023 regular season due to a sign-stealing scheme, banning him from coaching at the team's remaining regular-season games.
  • The NCAA investigation into the allegations may not conclude until after the season, but Michigan claims they have not been provided any evidence of Harbaugh's involvement in the impermissible scouting operation.
  • Despite the suspension, Harbaugh will be allowed to coach during the week, and Michigan has expressed cooperation with the NCAA. The school also argues that the Big Ten should not discipline them before a formal decision is made and points to evidence suggesting other conference schools engage in sign-stealing.
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