Detroit News confirms Alabama Satellite Camp for Michigan

Submitted by BlueCube on March 25th, 2015 at 5:49 PM

I posted about this in the thread yesterday but it was buried at the end. Angelique has a short story confirming the camp. She mentioned that the SEC and ACC have rules against these types of camps.

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Go Harbaugh!

Comments

4godkingandwol…

March 25th, 2015 at 8:38 PM ^

... is that it is a gentleman's agreement to keep other SEC teams out of each others back yards.  The flip side of not having elite HS talent in your state, is no one would do something similar on our turf.  Good strategy on Harbaugh's recruiting team's part.  

Maize and Blue…

March 25th, 2015 at 6:19 PM ^

Harbaugh is going after Alabama and Auburn. They are always competing with us for top recruits, it is about time that we went after a few of their's, and make them defend their own turf, instead of just throwing up our hands and saying,"No way, that's a tough pull to get a kid out of SEC country, we have no chance, so we won't try."

Yooper

March 25th, 2015 at 7:17 PM ^

wouldn't like to recruit.  The guy is taking his staff on the road for the month of June, building relationships and reputation with coaches and kids around the country.  I am guessing this gets shut down at some point but who knows.  It is delicious that SEC teams can't respond, at least for now.

Madonna

March 25th, 2015 at 7:48 PM ^

My first impression is that this works on a whole other level because Harbaugh is not just our coach, or a well-respected coach, but his nam eand picture would be a draw in many places for simply being an ex-NFL star.

alum96

March 26th, 2015 at 12:55 AM ^

Just curious why we'd charge $25 for it.  $25 is not enough to keep out people there for sh** and giggles.  So why not free.  Unless free is against the rules.  It's a bit of detail but I am curious if they are forced to charge or if not why $25.   i.e. if forced to charge they could have made it $1.