Michigan football coach suspended due to alleged 'computer crimes'

While everything appeared to rosy inside Schembechler Hall, there’s one big negative for the Michigan football program.

The day after Jim Harbaugh declared he’s returning to the Wolverines instead of heading to the NFL,

a report from the Detroit News indicates that one Michigan football coach is potentially in some trouble.

According to the Detroit News’ Angelique Chengelis,

 Michigan co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Matt Weiss has been suspended pending ,

an investigation into computer crimes that occurred within the football building between Dec. 21-23.

University of Michigan officials late Tuesday placed co-offensive coordinator Matt Weiss on paid leave.

 while university police investigators probe alleged computer crimes at Schembechler Hall,

 the nerve center of the football team that includes the offices of coach Jim Harbaugh and staff.

but it’s the latest legal inquiry to emerge during an offseason clouded by the threat of recruiting violations.

The change in Weiss’ employment status came less than two hours after UM Deputy Police Chief Crystal James,

 issued a statement prompted by questions from,

The Detroit News about law enforcement searches on Jan. 10 at Weiss’ home in Ann Arbor and at Schembechler Hall.


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