Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
The NCAA approved a rule change on Friday that will prohibit schools from hosting satellite camps outside of its own campus. Per CBSSports.
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The rule will prevent FBS schools from hosting camps or clinics at facilities that they do not use regularly for football practice or play. It also prevents coaches from working as guest instructors at another school's camp.
This new ruling means that Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh will have to cancel his previously scheduled satellite camps for this summer in Florida, Texas, and Mississippi.
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I wonder what his smartarse Twitter response will be
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Oh yeah, you know it's coming.
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SEC just wins
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SEC! SEC! SEC! Big 10 is stuck with slow Midwest players now. HA HA
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How is it the SEC's fault again that these schools are in undesirable, cold-ass locations?
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Well, TBH, it's not fair to the sister's of the poor U...
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Damn right. Get those lyin Yankees out of here.
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Damn. No more Junctions.
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LOL, looks like Harbraugh's days at Michigan are about to be numbered!
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"SEC win"...well, when you are on top, you tend to run things...
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Saw this coming from a mile away. Had Jim just gone to Florida, no changes are made. However, setting up shop at a "school" like IMG while trying to claim you're there for the current players? Yeah, that was just a bit too obvious.
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What Saban wants, Saban gets.
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REC doing work
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Harbaugh is a weird-o, but an alpha. The ncaa is such a joke.
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