CBS has viewed the 9 page letter Shea provided to Michigan officials detailing the timeline of events and allegations against Ole Miss. They don't reveal the details of the letter yet since the case is still ongoing, but there are still some interesting bits in the article.
In a scathing nine-page rebuke of Ole Miss to the NCAA, Patterson begins by saying, "I'm not going to hold anything back …"
In his filing, Patterson said he found "a trustworthy, high-caliber coach" with "values, integrity and leadership qualities" in Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh.
Patterson stated he began having conversations with his father about transferring in the middle of October 2017. When the NCAA dropped the second year of a bowl ban on Dec. 1 that year, "I knew I'd made the right decision to leave Ole Miss."
Patterson spends most of the document describing, in detail, how he was allegedly misled by Freeze and, at times, athletic director Ross Bjork. "It doesn't seem fair to me that the only thing standing in the way of Coach Freeze making $5 million a year at another school was the discovery that he wasn't the trustworthy, straight-laced role model that he claimed to be," Patterson states.
It also sums up some of the other details about the case, most of which I think were discussed here before. And it ends with some info about the man incharge of handling the case, and his linkedin page/qualifications... but says he has no direct role in deciding the case. Worth the read imo