SEC coaches won’t be allowed to join Harbaugh’s camp

Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh brilliantly trolled the college football world when he sent out an open invitation to coaches around the nation that would have allowed them to be involved in one of the increasingly controversial satellite camps.

Unfortunately for coaches in the SEC, who are prohibited from hosting satellite camps, they will also be unable to take Harbaugh up on his offer.

According to the latest report, the SEC informed all coaches that they will not be permitted to serve as a guest speaker at Harbaugh’s “Exposure U” camp.

I was told SEC coaches were notified about 10 minutes ago they are not allowed to be guest speakers at Michigan's Exposure U camp.

— Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH) April 27, 2015

Last tweet, SEC coaches were notified by the SEC they aren't able to attend Michigan's camp

— Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH) April 27, 2015

What a bummer.

It would have been great to see Harbaugh on the same field and at the same event with so many other top college coaches, but I guess we will just have to hope for a national championship between Michigan and a SEC team if we want to see that go down… we could be waiting for a while, though.

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