The University of Michigan Board of Regents is meeting today at 3 p.m. in Flint.
It's a safe bet that one of the big issues on their agenda is the future of Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon.
Michigan Radio sports commentator John U. Bacon says it's "90% clear where this is going to be headed."
Brandon and U-M Coach Brady Hoke came under fire when sophomore quarterback Shane Morris was allowed to play after he was injured in last month's game against Minnesota.
Morris was later diagnosed with a concussion.
Bacon says the regents will have influence over a decision on Brandon, but it's U of M President Mark Schlissel who will have the final say.
Schlissel turned up at football practice a week ago; Bacon says that rarely happens. It shows the issue is on the president's radar, and Schlissel is known for his emphasis on student experience – including the experience of student athletes.