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Michigan staffer at center of sign-stealing probe purchased tickets to 11 Big Ten schools’ games: report

The latest development coming from the suspended Michigan Wolverines football staff member at the center of a sign-stealing probe has him purchasing tickets to more than 30 games at 11 different Big Ten schools over the past three seasons, according to a media report.

ESPN learned that Connor Stalions, who was suspended with pay by Michigan, was found to have purchased the tickets and sent them to at least three different individuals in different parts of the country.

The tickets that were purchased by Stalions were as recent as this past week’s game between Ohio State and Penn State, though ESPN reports that the tickets were not used on Saturday.

The Wolverines are No. 2 on the AP Top 25 poll with the Purdue Boilermakers on the schedule for Nov. 4 in Ann Arbor.

Scott Thompson is a sports writer for Fox News Digital.

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