When asked a follow-up question, he said he was not going to make any further comment.
On Tuesday night, reports emerged that Michigan had received documents showing some of its play signals had been decoded and shared with Purdue prior to the Big Ten Championship Game last season.
The Athletic reported Ohio State and Rutgers were the teams that produced the documents for the Boilermakers.
The Wolverines are embroiled in a scandal stemming from a former staff member allegedly organizing a network of people who were paid to attend games of future Michigan opponents and record the sidelines in order to get those teams’ play signals.
Both in-person advanced scouting and using electronic devices to scout are prohibited by NCAA rules, but stealing signals from a TV broadcast or in person during games when teams are playing each other is not.