After the putz at RollBamaRoll was called out for getting the Dytarious Johnson story wrong, he responded in the most reasonable way possible...
By doubling down on his claim that Harbaugh is evil incarnate.
While my title SLIGHTLY exaggerates his argument, it doesn't do so by much.
What makes this excellent is that instead of a true "light bulb" feel-good story, we have Michigan all but setting up a "camp" for the sole purpose of reviewing players they were considering offering. It was never about having a true teaching camp.
The Michigan fans who've given us feedback can be upset about a prior mischaracterized sentence, and that's fine, because in the end the fact that the Prattville junket catered to these kind of targets makes Harbaugh's behavior worse, not better. Finding a diamond in the rough is one thing - intentional obfuscation and shady-as-hell torturing of the rule to turn this "camp" into a specific recruitment visit is quite another.
It might even be an NCAA violation.
There you go. The Prattville Camp was set up to evaluate a single, two-star recruit (since I'm unaware of any others who were nearing an offer) and therefore Harbaugh is dabbling in NCAA violations.
Also, to reemphasize the point, Dytarious was the ONLY recruit who went to this camp because of the coaches telling him he was on the precipice of an offer. So the entire thing was a charade (which included hundreds of athletes, coaches from a number of schools, etc.) to evaluate one possible recruit