NCAA investigating ‘unnamed’ program for allegedly stealing footage

An NCAA investigation is reportedly underway involving an “unnamed” football program allegedly stealing footage from other teams.

The brewing scandal centers around Catapult, a sports performance analytics company that is widely used among college football teams. The Australian company provides software used to study game and practice footage shared between a team’s players and coaches.

Dan Wetzel of Yahoo Sports reported Friday that Catapult has confirmed the NCAA’s investigation into the “unauthorized access” of team footage.

The report added that “at least one school” is being implicated. Michigan, which has been investigated and penalized for alleged sign-stealing this season, is not the school, per Wetzel.

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