If you have not heard, Michigan has at least 39 satellite camps scheduled over the next 30 days, with the first one being held tonight in Naperville, Illinois.
Earlier in the day, Alabama head coach Nick Saban made some interesting comments about the satellite camps. It’s safe to say he is not to thrilled about the whole idea.
“Someone sponsors the camp, they pay them the money. What do they do with the money? And who makes sure the kid paid to go to camp?
“This is the wild, wild West at its best.” Saban said at the SEC meetings on Tuesday.
Well, anyone who has been following Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh knew that it would not be long before he fired back. On Tuesday night, Harbaugh did just that with a tweet that was clearly directed at Saban.
"Amazing" to me- Alabama broke NCAA rules & now their HC is lecturing us on the possibility of rules being broken at camps. Truly "amazing."
— Coach Harbaugh (@CoachJim4UM) June 1, 2016
Harbaugh was likely referring to the news that broke about a month ago that Alabama assistant coach Bo Davis had resigned due to allegations of recruiting violations.
One thing is for sure, Harbaugh is not afraid to take on even the biggest coaches in the nation. As far as Saban goes, it would probably be best if he kept quiet, especially if his own program is “allegedly” violating the rules.