Connor Stalions is not going away quietly. Following Michigan’s national championship, the former Wolverines staffer is looking to cash in on his infamy.
Stalions, 28, has opened an account on the celebrity video-sharing service Cameo, where he will record personalized videos for fans willing to pay $70. The account was revealed on X (formerly Twitter) by Front Office Sports, which shared a clip of a video in which Stalions was the commissioner of a fantasy draft.
Former Michigan assistant Connor Stalions has launched his own Cameo account.
His videos are $70. pic.twitter.com/2Qm7ub8bZG
— Front Office Sports (@FOS) January 17, 2024
The former Michigan analyst became a notorious figure during the 2023 college football season after being identified as the central figure in an operation that sent scouts on the road to record sideline play signals from the Wolverines’ upcoming opponents. While stealing other teams’ offensive and defensive signs isn’t illegal under NCAA rules, utilizing personnel off-campus to scout teams in person is currently prohibited.
Though Stalions was eventually fired and likely won’t ever work in college football again, he is reveling in the role he allegedly played in the Wolverines’ recent success. During Michigan’s College Football Playoff run, he was seen watching the team at the Rose Bowl and celebrating at a sports bar with fans.
While the NCAA’s investigation into the sign-stealing allegations is still ongoing, the inquiry resulted in linebackers coach Chris Partridge also being fired while head coach Jim Harbaugh was suspended by the Big Ten for the final three games of the regular season.