EVERYONE who follows college football by now is aware of Connor Stalions. Throughout the 2023 season, his involvement in the Michigan sign-stealing scandal extended well beyond Ann Arbor, and it is clear that this led to his dismissal from the university.
That didn’t stop him from frequently appearing around the program during Michigan’s most significant events, frequently with Barstool Sports. Before Michigan’s game against Ohio State, he made a cameo appearance on the set with Barstool and Dave Portnoy.
A bar in Indianapolis was where the ex-employee was later seen before the Big Ten championship game. He was in the stands for the Rose Bowl in Pasadena once more, and he was present for the national championship game in Houston.
A few days later, he shared a photo of himself outside Ohio Stadium with championship gear in the foreground on Instagram. He has, in essence, been outside.
Don’t worry if you’re a Stallion fan and you missed any of his recent “appearances.” Now, through the well-liked Cameo platform, you can pay to have the divisive former Harbaugh assistant send you a personalized video message.
While some Michigan supporters despise Stalions for his changes to the program, others hold him in high regard for his obsessive commitment to maize and blue greatness. For the pitiful sum of $75, you can now get him to say or do pretty much anything you want, within reason, regardless of where you fall on the scale. While many consumers won’t be prepared to pay the money for such a product, some undoubtedly will.
Falcons to Give Jim Harbaugh a Second Interview, per Report
Jim Harbaugh, the coach of Michigan, is apparently making his way to Atlanta for a second visit.
According to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero on Friday, the Atlanta Falcons have set up a second interview with Harbaugh for their vacant head coaching position.
On Tuesday, Harbaugh had his first meeting with the Falcons. We have the second interview set for next week.
For the available position, the Falcons have also conducted interviews with the following coaches: Mike Macdonald of the Ravens, Bengals offensive coordinator Brian Callahan, Steve Wilks of the 49ers, Ejiro Evero of the Panthers, former Patriots coach Bill Belichick, Ravens assistant head coach Anthony Weaver, and Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Macdonald.
After 24 years in New England, Belichick is reportedly searching for his next move and had his second interview with the Falcons on Friday.
Harbaugh recently guided the Wolverines to a national championship and an undefeated 15–0 season. During the last few offseasons, he has conducted interviews with several NFL teams, and it’s possible that he is considering making his first trip back to the league after leading the 49ers to a 44-19-1 record from 2011 to 2014.