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In another bizarre twist in Michigan's sign-stealing scandal, Wolverines running back Blake Corum has denied having any business relations with Connor Stalions, the recently fired team staffer accused of stealing opponents' play-calling signals in violation of NCAA rules.
Corum is listed as one of several owners of a mysterious Wyoming-based LLC, which lists Stalions' Ann Arbor, Michigan home as its office, according to the Wyoming Secretary of State. ESPN is reporting that Stalions and someone named Connor O'Dea are also listed on the LCC's paperwork, adding that only Stalions' signature appears on the initial filing in March of 2022.
But despite being named as co-owner in that Wyoming filing, Corum told reporters on Tuesday that he does not '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,' he said. 'My attorneys are on it. Definitely get that figured out right away, get my name taken off of whatever it is.'
The specific purpose of the LLC remains unclear, but Stalions was accused by his homeowners association of running a vacuum-cleaner refurbishing business out of his Ann Arbor home, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Blake Corum (pictured) was name in Stalions' LLC filing, but the running back can't explain why
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh (left) and accused Wolverines 'spy' Connor Stalions (right)
Corum, again, denied have any connection to a vacuum-cleaner business.
'I'm a clean person, but I'm not a cleaner,' Corum told reporters. 'Vacuums aren't my thing. I