January 27, 2023

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Michigan football, Jim Harbaugh will be exposed to the NCAA allegations

If Jim Harbaugh was indeed staying with him Michigan Football For 2023, according to his Thursday afternoon statement, he will obviously have to deal with a Level I violation of NCAA regulations.

The Free Press confirmed that Michigan is expected to receive an official notification of allegations from the NCAA soon, accusing the program of four Level II violations — those that are “more than a minimum but less than a significant, widespread, competitive or other recruiting advantage” according to an adopted description. In 2019 — and Wharpo himself with a Level I violation — a “gross breach of conduct” that “seriously undermines or threatens the integrity of college sports,” according to the guidelines.

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The penalty for a Level I violation—which the Free Press has learned was Harbaugh lying or misleading NCAA investigators—will be imposed against him personally, and could include a suspension for one or multiple games.