Connor Stalions, the former Michigan staffer who is behind the sign-stealing investigation, appears to have acted alone in the filming/paying for game tape. While details were reported yesterday that Stalions filed no expense reports for the film, it looks like he made quite a profit selling a house in California for over $670K. As noted by Rivals’ Josh Henschke:
We have learned how Connor Stalions funded his scouting operation, which includes selling a California home for a big profit and more.
Details, including the listing, here: https://t.co/JhAlzgVQcS
— Josh Henschke (@JoshHenschke) November 16, 2023
The profit likely could have funded much of the 15K in film that it reportedly cost to get the film. Stalions also had other LLCs including a vacuum resale business and was a retired Marine vet. His salary with Michigan was 55K.