sport news Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh 'is accused of a Level I violation by the NCAA' trends now

sport news Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh 'is accused of a Level I violation by the NCAA' trends now
sport news Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh 'is accused of a Level I violation by the NCAA' trends now

sport news Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh 'is accused of a Level I violation by the NCAA' trends now

Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh 'is accused of a Level I violation by the NCAA for lying or misleading investigators' - just hours after announcing he has turned down NFL interest to stay with the program Michigan is expected to receive an official notice of allegations from the NCAA  The notice reportedly charges the football program with four Level II breaches Head coach Jim Harbaugh personally could be levied with a Level I violation His future with the school has been in doubt since they lost the Fiesta Bowl Click here for all your latest international Sports news from DailyMail.com 

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Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh could face a Level I violation if he stays at the college amid rumoured NFL offers, according to reports. 

Head coach Harbaugh is expected to be served with a Level I violation for lying or misleading NCAA investigators, according to the Detroit Free Press. 

A Level I violations constitutes a 'severe breach of conduct' that 'seriously undermine or threaten the integrity of college sports,' per the guidelines.

Michigan head coach Jim harbaugh cold face a Level I violation if he stays at the college

Michigan head coach Jim harbaugh cold face a Level I violation if he stays at the college  

The violation would be levied against him personally, and could include a suspension for a game or multiple games. 

Along with Harbaugh's violation, Michigan is expected to receive an official notice of allegations from the NCAA soon, charging the program with four Level II violations. 

Level II violations are

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