J.J. McCarthy: Michigan Players Haven't Watched Film On iPads Since November

Michigan's sign-stealing scandal has forced its opponents to go on high alert.

Earlier this week, it was revealed that Alabama players aren't receiving film on their iPads.

"The app where we record film off of practice and stuff like that, and they were I guess like looking at other people’s play calls,

their hand signals the first eight games or something like that," Alabama wide receiver Isaiah Bond said.

Well, it turns out Michigan players aren't using iPads for film study sessions either.

At least that's what J.J. McCarthy told reporters this Friday.

"We haven’t been watching film on iPads since all of November," McCarthy said.

The Wolverines feel like they need to keep things "in-house," per offensive coordinator Sherrone Moore.

College football fans aren't exactly buying that though.

At this point, Michigan will have to just accept that it'll be viewed differently this season due to all the allegations.

Kickoff for the Rose Bowl is at 5 p.m. ET on ESPN.