As reported by AP’s Larry Lage, Conner Stalions did not file any expense reports to the University of Michigan when he paid for others to attend the game and record them:
So no proof Jim Harbaugh directed or had any knowledge, school didn’t pay for it, bylaw 11.6.1 may not have been broken (tough to prove and is poorly written).
Yet the Big Ten stepped in, in unprecedented fashion, and issued a punishment to appease an angry mob? https://t.co/vm9Ef7fSta
— Clayton Sayfie (@CSayf23) November 15, 2023
Ex-Michigan staffer Connor Stalions did not file any expense reports, AP’s FOIA request finds https://t.co/yZ7mQlEtZu
— Larry Lage (@LarryLage) November 15, 2023
Connor Stalions, the former Michigan staffer at the center of sign-stealing investigation by the NCAA, did not file any expense reports during the 17 months he was formally employed by the football program, according to the school.
The Associated Press filed a Freedom of Information Act request for Stalions’ expense reports while he was employed from May 2022 through Nov. 3, 2023. There are no responsive records, Patricia Sellinger, chief freedom of information officer at the school, replied in an email sent Wednesday.