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Former Michigan assistant coach accuses Michigan of NCAA violations

Former Michigan football assistant coach Josh Gattis went to Twitter to rant about his former school who lost Xavier Worthy to Texas.

The now Maryland assistant was blamed by fans after Worthy, who broke the combine record as the fastest player, left Michigan and eventually signed with Texas.

There have been lots of rumors about Gattis, which he continues to deny, that fans believe played a role in Worthy ending up at Texas, instead of Michigan. Gattis saw what fans were saying and responded on X. The former Michigan assistant didn’t just deny the rumors about himself, but he also accused the Wolverines of NCAA violations.

“Ask why Admissions said they wouldn’t require a ACT but denied mid year because of a ACT 4 days before enroll. Do you want the violations too? Emails? No bag just receipts! The rival reporters know the truth…. Go dig them up for the NCAA. Have fun but leave my name, (and my) family out of your mouth,” Gattis wrote. 

Gattis blamed admissions for the Wolverines missing out on Worthy. The wide receiver wasn’t allowed to enroll early and eventually asked out of his letter of intent before going to Texas.



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