The Michigan Wolverines fired linebackers coach Chris Partridge on Friday afternoon - the latest move following the NCAA's investigation into the program for sign stealing.
The decision came not long after Michigan reversed course and accepted a three-game suspension for head coach Jim Harbaugh.
The acceptance of the punishment came after the program learned the NCAA and Big Ten had "damning evidence" against the Wolverines, according to a report from Bruce Feldman.
"Things really changed late Wednesday night after Michigan brass learned the Big Ten had really damning evidence against Michigan," he said. "That's when the Wolverines backed down and agreed to the suspension."
Feldman's comments line up with what ESPN's Heather Dinich said earlier this week. “This story is far from over,” she said on Friday morning's edition of Get Up.
“My understanding is that there’s mounting evidence against Michigan, and the Big Ten all along had evidence in regards to Michigan breaking the rule."
Harbaugh will miss today's game against Maryland and next weekend's showdown between Michigan and Ohio State.
More punishments for Harbaugh and the Wolverines could be coming, though.