Connor Stalions, alleged sign-stealing mastermind, watches from stands as Michigan defeats Alabama in CFP
Connor Stalions just cant stay away from Michigan football or watching games in the stands apparently.
The alleged mastermind behind Michigans sign-stealing scheme took in the team’s 27-20 overtime win over Alabama in the Rose Bowl on Monday, as shown in an Instagram Story posted by former Wolverines star Chase Winovich.
Lets go, Winovich said in the clip. Connor, what you thinking bro?
Stalions, wearing roses around his neck and wearing a blue Michigan hoodie, responded: Its time.
Winovich wrote, Lets Go Blue!! over the post, while tagging Stalions’ private Instagram account, along with another individuals account.
While its clear that Stalions is still loyal to the Wolverines, one could argue that the former football analyst has turned the national public against the Wolverines.
Connor Stalions at the Rose Bowl. @chasewinovich/InstagramStalions resigned in November after being revealed as the alleged ringleader of Michigans sign-stealing scandal that ultimately resulted in Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh receiving a three-game regular-season suspension amid the Big Tens and NCAAs investigations.
Michigan had suspended Stalions prior to him resigning.
Stalions is accused of concocting an in-person sign-stealing scheme, which is against NCAA rules, and was being investigated for being on Central Michigans sideline.
ESPN reported that Stalions purchased tickets to more than 35 games at 17 stadiums involving future Michigan opponents.
Connor Stalions (l) at a Michigan game. @CPStalionsI love the University of Michigan and its football program,” Stalions told The Athletic after his resignation. “And I am extremely grateful for the opportunity I’ve had to work with the incredible student athletes, coach Harbaugh and the other coaches that have been a part of the Michigan football family during my tenure. I do not want to be a distraction from what I hope to be a championship run for the team, and I will continue to cheer them on.
Cheer them on is exactly what Stalions did, and cameras will certainly be looking for him at NRG Stadium in Houston when Michigan takes on Washington in the national title game on Jan. 8.
The Wolverines are attempting to win their first national title since 1997, while the Huskies are searching for their first outright championship.
Michigan has opened as a 4.5-point favorite over Washington at FanDuel.
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