Michigan, Big Ten reach agreement on Jim Harbaugh’s suspension

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh accepts the remaining three-game suspension in the Big Ten.

The University of Michigan and the Big Ten resolve litigation related to the sign-stealing scandal.

Harbaugh's agreement to the suspension leads to the closure of the Big Ten's investigation.

The Big Ten acknowledges no direct evidence linking Harbaugh to the sign-stealing scheme.

The university emphasizes support for Harbaugh's decision to refocus on student-athletes' on-field performance.

Harbaugh can still be with the team during practice and preparations despite the suspension.

Michigan initially sought a restraining order, challenging the suspension's timing and lack of concrete evidence.

Harbaugh missed the game against Penn State and will miss matches against Maryland and Ohio State.

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