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Football World Reacts To Troubling Report About Michigan Coach

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There are some rather troubling allegations coming out of Ann Arbor this week involving one of their top assistant coaches.

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According to ESPN's Pete Thamel and Dan Murphy, the University of Michigan have placed co-offensive coordinator Matt Weiss on leave amid a police investigation into a "report of computer access crimes." In a statement to ESPN, Weiss said that he is aware of the investigation and is cooperating.

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"I am aware of the ongoing investigation by the University of Michigan Police Department and fully cooperating with investigators. I look forward to the matter being resolved. Out of respect for the integrity of the investigation, I will not have any further comment."

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The wider football world is simply stunned by the revelations and implications of this report. Though as always, more than a few fans are taking the opportunity to have a laugh at the Wolverines' expense:

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Matt Weiss has been coaching football since he graduated from Vanderbilt in 2003. But since 2009, he's been a rising star in the coaching ranks - specifically within teams coached by the Harbaugh family.

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As a member of John Harbaugh's Baltimore Ravens until 2020, Weiss coached just about every position on the team in some capacity. Upon joining the Jim Harbaugh's Wolverines in 2021, he was named QBs coach and was promoted to co-offensive coordinator before the 2022 season.