Once upon a time, the Michigan Wolverines scandal saga included just them allegedly stealing their opponents' signs in elaborate ways. Still, over the past few days, we've discovered that fellow Big Tens allegedly collaborated to steal their signs. Now, Connor Stalions, the "ring leader" of the Wolverines sign-stealing "operation," has an LLC with running back Blake Corum listed as one of the partners.
According to Alejandro Zúñiga of 247Sports, Corum is listed as a co-owner of a Wyoming-based company, but Corum, the team's star running back, said he was unaware of that partnership and said he had no business relationship with Stalions. There's another person on it as well, Connor O'Dea.
Blake Corum, who appears as an co-owner of a Wyoming-based company with Connor Stalions, says he was unaware of that supposed partnership and that he had no business relationship with Stalions.
Corum says he has an attorney handling the situation.
— Alejandro Zúñiga (@ByAZuniga) November 7, 2023
Corum also said he has an attorney looking into it.
After this report came out, users on X went to work and discovered some Instagram photos, including Corum, with a hashtag reading "#BC2LLC."
The company Corum is listed on is BC2 Housing LLC, allegedly.
— jemp.stp (@runthistrain) November 8, 2023
"My first time hearing about it was when I went out to practice," Corum told reporters Tuesday, according to the Detroit Free Press. "First of all, I have no business with him, I don't have any businesses with Connor or anything like that. But I'm glad whoever found it, whoever searched the web, was able to find that, I appreciate you.
"My attorneys are on it, definitely get that figured out right away, get my name taken off of whatever it is."
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