Michigan responds to Big Ten ruling

Jim Harbaugh, Michigan's football coach, faces a three-game suspension by the Big Ten.

Michigan plans to challenge the suspension in court, claiming a rushed judgment and violation of due process.

The suspension is linked to allegations of a sign-stealing scheme led by former staffer Connor Stalions.

The NCAA is conducting a broader investigation, involving the Big Ten, into the alleged sign-stealing scheme.

Harbaugh already served a three-game suspension at the start of the 2023 season for alleged COVID-era recruiting violations.

Unless a court order intervenes, Harbaugh will miss the last three games of the season.

 Video evidence suggests Stalions, the alleged orchestrator, spied on several teams, including SEC programs.

The NCAA is also investigating Central Michigan due to Stalions' alleged presence on their sideline.

The situation has rapidly unfolded in recent weeks, bringing attention to both the alleged sign-stealing and broader misconduct claims.

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