Michigan football’s satellite camp in Australia is back on

The Michigan football program was set to take it’s satellite camp tour to Australia before NCAA rules squashed plans with ProKick Australia. However, with Jim Harbaugh and company being the innovative crew they are, the camp is back on.

The camp will now be hosted by the University of New South Wales Raiders Gridiron Club, according to the Detroit Free Press.

Sadly, Jim Harbaugh will not be in attendance, but those who do show up to the camp will get the opportunity to learn from Wolverines tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh and linebackers coach Chris Partridge.

The camp — which is open to males and females ages 15 and older — will be held on June 3.

If you will be in Melbourne, tickets are available online for just $53.

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