Michigan RB Blake Corum denies any business link to ex-analyst Connor Stalions: ‘My attorneys are on it’

Detroit Free Press

Michigan star running back Blake Corum denied any business dealings with former Wolverines analyst Connor Stalions Tuesday. Earlier in the day Wyoming state documents were discovered listing Corum, Stalions and Connor O’Dea as co-organizers of a “BC2 Housing LLC.” 

“I know exactly what you’re talking about,” Corum told reporters.  “My first time hearing it was when I went out to practice. First of all, I have no businesses with him. I don’t have any business with Connor or anything like that. But I’m glad whoever found it, whoever was searching the web was able to find that. I appreciate you. My attorneys are on it. We’ll definitely get that figured out right away and give my name taken off or whatever it is.” 

The LLC came to light as part of a report from the Wall Street Journal concerning a lawsuit filed against Stalions by a homeowners association in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He is accused of operating an appliance refurbishing business out of his home, which was a direct violation of the HOA’s bylaws. According to the WSJ’s report, the HOA’s investigation into Stalions began after “dozens of old vacuum cleaners appeared on his front porch” angering neighbors. 

“That’s something I’m not really into,” Corum said. “Vacuums aren’t my thing. I’m a clean person, but I’m not a cleaner. Vacuums aren’t my thing. I don’t know anything about that.” 

Stalions is accused of buying tickets for more than 30 games at 12 of the possible 13 Big Ten stadiums and four tickets to games featuring…


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