The Michigan Wolverines are currently in the midst of an NCAA investigation into allegations of illegal sign stealing, and Iowa Hawkeyes head coach Kirk Ferentz was asked about it.
During a press conference this week, Iowa Hawkeyes head coach Kirk Ferentz made it clear that he hasn’t really paid attention to the story too much, but he did seem concerned that people now seem fixated on who was the source of the information that led to the investigation.
“I don’t have a lot of comment. I read one article. I look at the headlines occasionally. I read one last night where they were fixated on who might have turned whom in, which I think is just like a such a statement on where we’re at right now just in general. Like, it doesn’t matter who turned whom in. If something’s wrong, the issue is the issue, not all this other stuff. I found that kind of interesting,” Ferentz said.
Ferentz went on to say that he thinks there’s a way for college football to get things like this “cleaned up.”
“Outside of that, I don’t have any thought right now. There’s a lot of stuff going on, just like in baseball. It’s going on football, too. As I understand it, they got it cleaned up in baseball, at least Major League Baseball. There’s got to be a way for us, too.”