It’s been a number of months since we heard any phrase on the NCAA’s investigation into alleged recruiting violations by Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh.
Right now, we lastly bought an replace courtesy of some reporting from Ross Dellenger at Yahoo Sports, who notes that Harbaugh is negotiating with the NCAA over an anticipated four-game suspension to start the 2023 season.
“Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh and the NCAA are working towards a negotiated decision that’s anticipated to see him suspended 4 video games this season in penalties stemming from alleged false statements he initially made to investigators, sources inform Yahoo Sports activities.”
Harbaugh’s lawyer Tom Mars has released a statement responding to Dellenger’s reporting, saying they’re cooperating with the NCAA workers on an enforcement matter.
The Wolverines’ first four games of the year are towards ECU, UNLV, Bowling Inexperienced and Rutgers, all at residence.
Michigan is currently ranked No. 4 within the 2024 nationwide recruiting rankings.
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