Michigan football team is the target of NCAA investigations

Last Thursday (19), through a statement on the official website, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is investigating the Michigan football team for violating the rules of the statute for having personally observed matches of opposing teams in other countries. locations.

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Apparently, due to rumors, individuals from the university would have watched the games of possible opponents that are scheduled on Michigan’s competition calendar so that information about rival teams could be captured. However, this dynamic disregards the rules implemented since 1994, set out in NCAA Statute 11.6.1.

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“Late Wednesday afternoon, the Big Ten Conference and the University of Michigan were notified by the NCAA that the NCAA was investigating allegations of sign stealing by the University of Michigan football program. The Big Ten Conference has notified Michigan State University and future opponents. The Big Ten Conference considers the integrity of the competition to be of utmost importance and will continue to monitor the investigation. The Conference will not make any further comments at this time,” the Faculty said in the statement.

Previously, during the 2023 season, two athletes from opposing teams from the University of Michigan informed Yahoo Sports that they noticed the use of tactics and methods similar to those of the team. The aforementioned measure is strictly prohibited in this year’s NCAA football rulebook.

So far, the University of Michigan has been the target of several violations of level I and II rules, as in the most recent case with coach Jim Harbaugh who exceeded measures established during the Covid-19 pandemic quarantine period.

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