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NCAA launches investigation into Michigan football for alleged sign-stealing

College football’s governing body, the NCAA, has notified the Michigan football that the program is under investigation alleged sign-stealing. NCAA officials also notified the Big Ten Conference of the investigation on Wednesday.

Michigan released a statement saying the university is cooperating with the conference and the NCAA. “The university is fully cooperating with the Big Ten and NCAA. The investigation is ongoing and will not impact Saturday’s game,” the university said in a statement. “At the University of Michigan, we are committed to the highest ethical and integrity standards for all members of our community.”

The Wolverines are undefeated and will remain in-state this weekend to play Michigan State.

That case has not yet been resolved, as the NCAA’s committee on infractions rejected a potential negotiated settlement regarding Harbaugh’s involvement in the case based on his cooperation with investigators.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Chantz Martin is a sports writer for Fox News Digital.

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