Connor Stalions continues to be a trending topic, with a new development surfacing in the story.
According to reports on Wednesday, Stalions has purchased tickets for more than 12 Ohio State football games in the past three years, as indicated by Ohio State records. The breakdown reveals that Stalions acquired tickets for three games in 2021, six games in 2022, and three games in the current season. Across these 12 games, he purchased a total of 27 tickets, which were subsequently transferred to other individuals.
- 2021: Maryland, Purdue and Michigan State
- 2022: Notre Dame, Arkansas State, Toledo, Wisconsin, Rutgers and Michigan
- 2023: Western Kentucky, Maryland and Penn State
Stalions is at the center of the Michigan sign-stealing scandal, having been present on the sideline during the alleged incident. Following investigations by the NCAA and Big Ten, he was terminated by the school. The Big Ten responded by suspending Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh for the final three games of the regular season, while the NCAA’s inquiry is still ongoing.
Michigan recently secured a victory over Ohio State this past Saturday and is set to compete in the Big Ten Championship Game against Iowa this coming Saturday. The revelation of Stalions’ ticket purchases adds another layer to the controversy, suggesting that Michigan may have engaged in extensive advance scouting against one of its prominent rivals.